Tripod MLU cable release, Canon 7D Canon 180mm macro ISO 100 +0.67 1/10 sec f11
This is a wild flower growing in the back garden, the background
Last June I was searching for Red-throated Pipits (no luck) on the Teller Road, 50 miles from Nome, Alaska. I climbed for a few hours up this hill in
Canon500D, 400 f 5.6, 1/2000 sec, f /6.3, iso 400
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Here is a great grey owl photo from my trip to Ottawa last year with Dan.
1DX 300 f/2.8 II f/4 1/2000sec ISO 800. handheld. We used bait
Canon 5D Mk III, 300mm f/2.8 IS. Hand held. ISO 800, f/5.6, 1/2000 sec. Full frame with enough added canvas to allow some rotation, then cropped back
I used Topaz Simplify, added the Confederate soldier ghost which was originally a photo of a statue at a cemetery, and added 3 textures.
~Baby owls pay attention and react to everything around. They often hear and see things better than we can. This one was looking starring at the
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Underwater Gray Whale.
Hopefully my membership will get resolved or this may be my last
the little tern is endangered in new south wales Australia they come to a spot on the sth coast every year last year no chicks survived turn to this
I went back to where I found the Snow Buntings on Last Friday.
What a change; almost all the snow was gone, only a few patches here and there.