These little flowers grace my front walk in early Spring. I brought some in to photograph.
105mm macro, tripod.
Crop, selectively darken,
Taken this morning,this bird landed in front of me,could not have been more than 15ft from me,had the tripod and lens over my shoulder,thought as soon
Canon 7D Canon 500mm f4 L IS ISO 200 1/2500 sec f4.5
All C&C welcome.
My these Indian tuskers are huge. This one was at the water's edge just playing, grabbing bunches of grass, squeezing them and swing them around. Maybe
I photographed this Bar-tailed Godwit at Long Reef, Sydney, in November last year when I took a friend from Brisbane there, as he loves shorebirds.
Canon 1D Mark III
Canon 400mm f/5.6L
1/3200, ISO800, f/6.3
Brightened some distracting dark areas in the background.
Any guesses on what the base image is? I put another wild texture under it and changed the blend mode to difference and it was also over the same base
I seem to be stuck on vertical textures -- will try Anita's idea for something horizontal that is suggestive of clouds. This texture reminded me of lightning
In feedback for one of my recent posts, Don Lacy kindly suggested I try Color efex 4 detail extraction. I was unaware of this product and decided to
Had a pretty good raptor season last winter despite the drought and the unusually mild weather we had. The Harriers werent migrating in the usual large