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  1. Dallas

    Up A Tree

    Olympus E-M1 at ISO 6400, using the 50-200/2.8-3.5 ED. This was also on the 2017 safari and hasn't been processed or published before.
  2. Dallas

    10 Years Of Safaris

    This year I am celebrating 10 years of hosting wildlife and cultural photographic safaris. In this thread I will take a look back on those 10 years and relive some of the stories and images that I made on safaris during that time. So where and how did this safari stuff all begin? The idea of putting on safaris was sparked way back in 2006, in the very early days of the Nikongear forum. A member named Jorge contacted me and asked me if it would be OK if he started a thread asking the rapidly growing NG membership if anyone would like to join him on an expedition to Pat
  3. Greg Drawbaugh

    Baby Woodpecker

    It is the season for baby birds here in Minnesota. During a walk around White Bear Lake last weekend my wife and I heard the distinctive sounds of hungry young birds, and sure enough I spotted this little Downy Woodpecker poking its head out waiting for dad to feed him. We went back to the same White Birch tree two days later, and the little ones had already left their nest.
  4. crowecg

    Billabong Sanctuary - Reptiles

    Last few shots from my Townsville trip. A day out at the local wildlife park. To avoid overloading a thread with images, I've split it into mammals, birds and reptiles. Death Adder (through glass - thank goodness for the polarising filter!) D7E_0015 Croc - the only one of these three not shot through glass!
  5. crowecg

    Billabong Sanctuary - Birds

    Last few shots from my Townsville trip. A day out at the local wildlife park. To avoid overloading a thread with images, I've split it into mammals, birds and reptiles. Red Kite Cocky #1 Cocky #2 Frog Mouth [/url ]Magpie Goose - hard landing Gosling
  6. Greg Drawbaugh

    Baby Its Cold Outside

    Here in Minnesota, we had our first major snowfall of the season. The light, fluffy snow made for some interesting photos out my home office window. This tree rat is looking for some sunflower seeds that are buried under the fresh snow
  7. Greg Drawbaugh

    Backyard Birds

    OK, I bait my subjects, but they are willing participants in this arrangement. I built what I call my "bird studio" in our backyard. It is a work in progress, but I am getting a larger and more diverse base of local birds just outside the windows of our home in Minnesota. This is a White-breasted Nuthatch I shot this afternoon from our bedroom window. This peanut feeder has been a real magnet for woodpeckers as well as the nuthatches such as this guy.
  8. I get asked a lot by people wanting to come on safari about the difference between the Kruger National Park (KNP) and Sabi Sands. For the uninformed, Sabi Sands is a private reserve that adjoins the greater KNP. It is named after the two rivers that run through and along one of its borders, namely the Sand River and the Sabie River. The reserve is populated by dozens of privately owned lodges and camps, each of which has their own boundaries. Some of the camps have traversing rights on each other’s properties, but for the most part you’re unlikely to encounter much traffic from neighbouring pr
  9. Guest


    Hello all. The name is Bob and this is my howdy to all the membership. I've been an avid photographer since 1970 and have progressed from amateur to profession and finally the highest honor, retired. I love photography and am presently using Nikon gear along with a pocket Leica V-Lux 20. I have no particular area of specialty although I was a wedding & portrait photographer many years ago. Now, living in the Pacific Northwest, I dabble in landscapes, wildlife and things that grow everywhere. I hope to fit in here, learn a little, teach a little and share a lot. My door is always open, my
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