Thanks a lot, everyone! I really like how this one came out.
Philippine Duck (Anas luzonica) by alabang, on Flickr
Philippine Duck (Anas luzonica) is endemic to the Philippines, being recorded
The more I look at this, the more I appreciate it. Well done. Only change i would consider is more room on the right since the shadow is the subject and
Very nice composition and details, Gary. The crackled-like texture complements the thistle very well. I'm not super fond of the frame, maybe if the dark
Excellent quality of light, pretty colors. I'd like a bit more on the bottom.
Miguel - I only had 10-days to compare the 5D3 with the 1DX. During that time I concentrated on birds in flight using the 600 f/4 II.
Colors, light, species, all superb. Your ability to capture these speedsters rocks.
Very nice, Anita. Love the soft, subtle look. Comparing this version with the previous one, I like both of them but for different reasons. The first one
Hi everyone, I have an image here that is of no particular relevance but I was not happy with the shadow on the bird mostly because I was unable to get
It's hip to be square. Love it, Shawn. Beautiful richness to this image.
Work life has gotten in the way of photography. I finally had the chance to shoot over Thanksgiving break. I went out to Green Cay two
Have been having fun reworking some older images for a new website. This image is from my first trip to Bosque in 2008 with the good old Canon 40D.
From Khao Dinsor (Thailand) at the Raptor Watch where I do research:
From November of this year - NEPAL
Lammergeier in flight (head shot):
One morning in SE Brazil this guy showed up (literally) right in front of my hotel room. He sat there eating fruits for over an hour. I took about 1000
At pool no.3. Bird in the process of "paddling" wich they do to bring up food. Gulls do it too.
Piy about the reflection
Feeder set up, early April in Northern Minnesota, during a past "finch" year. I like the squarish crop here, though I know it will not be everyone's
Captured at Ft. DeSoto North Beach last Sunday. Although it was pretty quiet, there was a mixed flock of Willetts, a Curlew or two, the