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      arash_hazeghi

      Green salad

      Thread Starter: arash_hazeghi

      Ibis enjoying his green salad, from a local park

      shot with Sony A9 II and 200-600 f/6,3 + TC 1.4X. 400mm f/8 1/3200 sec ISO-2000. hand held.

      Last Post By: Geoffrey Montagu Yesterday, 06:49 PM Go to last post
      William Dickson

      Red Deer

      Thread Starter: William Dickson

      Canon 1DX Mk2
      f/4 400mm DO Mk2
      f/5.6
      1/250
      ISO 1250

      I've recently returned from a trip up North where I managed to

      Last Post By: William Dickson Yesterday, 05:16 PM Go to last post
      David Roach

      Sun Rising on the flats...

      Thread Starter: David Roach

      EOS R RF 100-500 RF 1.4xtc @700 f10 1/1000 ISO 800 HH, Manual mode, cropped for portrait

      This morning, lying in the mud on the flats of Tigertail

      Last Post By: David Roach Yesterday, 04:17 PM Go to last post
      Jay Ing

      WTK - The Eye

      Thread Starter: Jay Ing

      Out at a local Regional Park yesterday. Pair of WTK often there but obscured by branches. This one gave me a little love.

      A9ii, 600GM 2XTC,

      Last Post By: Jay Ing Yesterday, 09:58 PM Go to last post
      Jonathan Ashton

      Emperor dragonfly (m) Anax imperator)

      Thread Starter: Jonathan Ashton

      This dragonfly was cruising around my garden pond, I managed a few shots either direction.
      Hand held Olympus: E-M1X
      Lens focal length : 300

      Last Post By: Jonathan Ashton Yesterday, 05:49 AM Go to last post
      James Babbitt

      How much time to spend on beak

      Thread Starter: James Babbitt

      Shot this Chipping Sparrow in eastern Oregon (before the fires and smoke came). Shot with Canon 5D4, 500 mm II at point blank range-right at MFD. I

      Last Post By: James Babbitt Yesterday, 05:51 PM Go to last post
      John Mack

      White-tail buck

      Thread Starter: John Mack

      This image was created in Ithaca, New York on 8/4/20 at 8:01AM. Image processed in Lightroom and Photoshop.

      Hand held, Small crop.

      Last Post By: John Mack 09-18-2020, 02:46 PM Go to last post
      David Roach

      I waited, now it's MY turn...

      Thread Starter: David Roach

      EOS R RF 100-500 RF 1.4xtc @700 f10 1/1300 ISO 800 HH, Manual EXP, cropped for composition

      Last Post By: David Roach Yesterday, 04:10 PM Go to last post
      Brian Sump

      THEME: Back Off!

      Thread Starter: Brian Sump



      Apparently I wasn't getting the memo.

      It was a fun summer with this spectacular species - Lazuli Bunting.

      D850

      Last Post By: Jay Ing Yesterday, 03:02 PM Go to last post
      dankearl

      Osprey Dive.

      Thread Starter: dankearl

      An awful last month or 2 for photography between continued closures
      and choking unbreathable air on the west coast for 2 weeks, I went back to early

      Last Post By: Jay Ing Yesterday, 03:04 PM Go to last post
      kevin Hice

      Red-necked-Phalarope non breeding plumage

      Thread Starter: kevin Hice

      Shot in local slough in Nd.Shot from my float able blind.Processed with Dpp 4,Photoshop. I did add some to the catch light as it was very faint.Thanks

      Last Post By: Brian Sump Yesterday, 10:32 AM Go to last post
      Joseph Przybyla

      Splish, Splash...

      Thread Starter: Joseph Przybyla

      I captured this image of a Green-winged Teal at Lake Morton in Lakeland, Florida. I guess I wish I would have taken one step left, just a tad behind

      Last Post By: David Roach 09-18-2020, 06:06 PM Go to last post
      Steve Kaluski

      India's Grey Treepie

      Thread Starter: Steve Kaluski

      These birds are very common, as soon as you stop, they just seem to emerge from the bushes, hoping for any tit bits of food from photographers who have

      Last Post By: David Roach Yesterday, 04:27 PM Go to last post
      Daniel Cadieux

      Hooded Merganser In Funky Green Water.

      Thread Starter: Daniel Cadieux

      This young individual allowed close approach this summer. It was, however, always with some reeds in the way for me to get down as low as I usually prefer.

      Last Post By: kevin Hice 09-18-2020, 04:48 PM Go to last post
      annmpacheco

      rock ptarmigan chick

      Thread Starter: annmpacheco

      Taken last summer in Iceland as Gail B. and I weathered the rainstorm... We were shooting the female and whammo: all six chicks busted loose from under

      Last Post By: John Mack 09-18-2020, 03:26 PM Go to last post
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