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      Brian Sump

      Woody strutting up the beach

      Thread Starter: Brian Sump



      I debated not posting this as the Wood Duck bar is set very high here. But you can't learn if you don't get out there.

      I'll

      Last Post By: David Roach Today, 03:28 AM Go to last post
      Jay Ing

      Reflecting on Egrets

      Thread Starter: Jay Ing


      Sony A9ii + 200-600 + 1.4 TC (614mm) ; ISO 1500 SS 5000 (was trying to grab swallows over same lake), F9, PP: C1P, PS2020

      Last Post By: dankearl Yesterday, 08:27 PM Go to last post
      dankearl

      Male Bufflehead.

      Thread Starter: dankearl

      Taken last January.
      D500, 500pf, f5.6, 1/1600, iso640

      2DS_6991fbp.jpg

      Last Post By: dankearl Yesterday, 08:22 PM Go to last post
      Dorian Anderson

      Leading Lady - (Red-necked Phalaropes)

      Thread Starter: Dorian Anderson

      I had one of those rare and incredible photographic mornings yesterday. While SF Bay holds TONS of birds, it's not great for shooting because
      elevated

      Last Post By: gail bisson Yesterday, 08:12 PM Go to last post
      Volkan Akgul

      Grey Heron

      Thread Starter: Volkan Akgul


      hi,
      1dmk3 400f5.6
      1/2000 f5.6 iso400
      criticism adds value. thanks.

      Last Post By: David Roach Yesterday, 07:12 PM Go to last post
      Joseph Przybyla

      Purple Gallinule

      Thread Starter: Joseph Przybyla

      I captured this image at Circle B Bar Reserve in Polk County, Florida. The Fire Flag plant is beginning to grow again from dying back in the winter.

      Last Post By: Brian Sump Yesterday, 04:39 PM Go to last post
      Daniel Cadieux

      Lincoln's Sparrow Visits My Backyard!

      Thread Starter: Daniel Cadieux

      How fortunate I was to have this beautiful sparrow in my backyard for 2 1/2 days recently. I've typically had a hard time photographing this species

      Last Post By: Jay Ing Yesterday, 05:06 PM Go to last post
      Jonathan Ashton

      Four Spot Chaser (Libellula quadrimaculata)

      Thread Starter: Jonathan Ashton

      This dragonfly dropped in for a quick visit to my garden pond, after processing I noticed it had a fly on the upper right wing.
      I have repaired

      Last Post By: Jonathan Ashton Yesterday, 05:50 AM Go to last post
      David Roach

      One up... One down...

      Thread Starter: David Roach

      EOS R RF 70-200 @200 f2.8 1/4000 ISO 800

      Crawled about another meter closer from last post. The full approach from standing took 20 minutes.

      Last Post By: dankearl Yesterday, 04:11 PM Go to last post
      John Mack

      Dew Web

      Thread Starter: John Mack

      This image was created in Ithaca, New York on 5/17/20 at 6:11AM. Image processed in Lightroom and Photoshop.

      Camera on sticks triggered with

      Last Post By: Jonathan Ashton Yesterday, 01:40 AM Go to last post
      John Mack

      Barn Swallow

      Thread Starter: John Mack

      This image was created in Ithaca, New York on 5/20/20 at 8:11PM. Image processed in Lightroom and Photoshop.

      Hand held, Small crop.

      Last Post By: Dorian Anderson Yesterday, 12:32 PM Go to last post
      Bill Dix

      Grey Ghost incoming

      Thread Starter: Bill Dix

      Still weeding out old files and coming across quite a few that I had never processed. (Often for good reason, but you be the judge.) This Male Northern

      Last Post By: Dorian Anderson Yesterday, 12:35 PM Go to last post
      William Dickson

      Red Grouse

      Thread Starter: William Dickson

      Canon 1DX Mk2
      f/4 400mm DO Mk2 with 2xiii
      f/8
      1/1250
      ISO 640

      I spent some time up the Glen last week, first time

      Last Post By: Dorian Anderson Yesterday, 12:38 PM Go to last post
      Stu Bowie

      JUNE THEME - LOOK WHAT'S IN MY BEAK

      Thread Starter: Stu Bowie

      June's theme will be ' look what's in my beak.' Your subject can be captured with anything in their beak - nesting material, a food item, a Berry - anything.

      Last Post By: Stu Bowie 05-25-2020, 01:20 PM Go to last post
      dankearl

      Rainy Day Osprey.

      Thread Starter: dankearl

      D500, 500mm (300 w/ 1.7), f4.8, 1/2000, iso10,000
      I think this is pushing the D500, but it looks OK to me.
      Prosumer camera, not the D5.

      Last Post By: Dorian Anderson Yesterday, 12:40 PM Go to last post
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