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A river in the Canadian Rockies
Another of the images I have been printing. This was in the Canadian rockies, near Banff National Park or possibly Jasper National Park. I was not using my GPS on this trip ... big mistake!!
Feb 26, 2018
The Beauty of Nature, Slime Mold.
Slime mold I am told. I have seen it in its slime state, but had no Idea it did all this. Beautiful. It had had 7 years of no light.
Pano 23" tall,
16 image macro pano.
Feb 18, 2018
I had a great time doing this session. The weather was amazing and this family really had fun in front of the camera. I'd like your honest feedback. All of these images were taken with the D750 and 105E.
1. f2, ISO 100, 1/500s.
2. f2, ISO 100, 1/320s.
3. f1.8, ISO 100, 1/1000s.
4. f1.8, ISO 100, 1/640s.
5. f2.2, ISO 100, 1/250s.
6. f2.2, ISO 100, 1/320s.
7. f2.5, ISO 100, 1/200s.
8. f2.5, ISO 100, 1/100s.
9. f2, ISO 100, 1/320s.
10. f2, ISO 100, 1/400s.
11. f2.2, ISO 100, 1/200s.
Apr 1, 2017
A month in Ruaha & Serengeti Nat Parks- Tanzania. Pt1
My first post for many months, my apologies, have been quite busy editing large numbers of images for work projects.
This recent month long Ruaha/Namiri TZ trip has been one not easily forgotten.
With lost bags, escaping a fatal plane crash by 24hrs,
11 killed in Tanzania plane crash
a smashed D5 & 400 f/2.8E long lens combo (on only my 4th day!!) which saw my 70-200 +1.4tc become my long prime
and how one quickly must adapt to such setbacks, always a good reason to carry 3 bodies.
Highlights were four ........yes 4 amazing Caracal sightings, a zebra birth, great close encounters with a cheetah mum and sub-adult to a magical last day sighting of a lioness walking & carrying her 3 x four week old cubs over 4 km from their birthplace in the marsh to their new Kopje home to join the rest of her 10 other siblings.
Can't wait to return here again for the Gnu calving in 4 weeks time.
I"ll try not to bore you with an overload of images, so here are a selection of 8.
"Yawning for attention"
Here a very relaxed sub adult female cheetah approaches my vehicle, lies down to stretch and yawn under an early evening sky on the open plains of Namiri/Serengeti.
Her mother was also just feet away. Such a treat! (captured with monopod/flipped ballhead & L bracket @ ground level + Camranger remote)
Tamron 24-70 f/2.8 G2 (love this new VC equipped lens, every bit as good as the twice as expensive Nikkor VR version plus it's 41mm shorter!)
"Golden hour ascent"
6.19am and the 3 yr old male leopard known as "Moyo" climbs a tree to a beautiful golden hour sunrise, opportunities like this happen very rarely and was thrilled to capture him...
Feb 4, 2018
Critique - First first image from Costa Rica.....Re-processed
Update: Above is the new processed image
I am only about 20% through a first pass.....and no processing of images yet....EXCEPT for this one! LOL! I just couldn't resist!
1/4000, f5, -.67 exposure comp, ISO 5,600 using D5 and 500mm/f4
Jan 20, 2018
Figure Skating - Pairs/Dance
Here are some pairs and dance from the World Championships in Helsinki last March. We were seated in a corner about 10 rows up - had a great view of the ice!
Jan 17, 2018
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