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  1. Adnan Khan

    Nailed it!.jpg

  2. This was shot in 2010 with a Panasonic FZ-35 bridge zoom. There were 8 ducklings the rest became cat's dinner and these 2 were saved and are now grandparents I was too lazy to find a larger size.
  3. This is a Black-capped Chickadee seeking shelter in the apple tree in our Minnesota backyard. These little guys are always fun to watch and always seem happy. This one ducked into the apple tree for safety, likely after seeing me point my E-M1 mk11 and 300mm f4.0 his direction, shot at ISO 1600.
  4. 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.
  5. I just finished with my trip to the Skagit River Valley in northern Washington State. I came for the eagles and they did not disappoint! The Skagit River as with a few others have now plenty of dead Salmon, having died after spawning. So it is like a buffet for them. These are just a few. All taken with the Nikon D500 and Nikon 500 f/4E, FL, ED, VR lens, and all taken from a boat which made for a challenging shoot.
  6. I have been quite busy of late with workshop clients, but thought I would post a few from this past weekend. The first birds that really start nesting this time of year in Florida are the Great Blue Herons. The colors and additional feathers really make for great photography subjects. These were taken with the Nikon D500 and Nikon 300 f/4 AF-S, non VR, lens, handheld. I am off in 10 days to the Seattle area for three mornings of eagle photography down the Skagit River. This time of year with the end of the salmon run hundreds of eagles gather for the feast.
  7. Version 1.0.0


    Ringtone for a Grey Go Away Bird, use this mp3 for Android phones


  8. Had some free time in the morning on my birthday, so I went to a local park. Was greeted by many birds, but the Heron gave me most excitement. Olympus PEN-F and Oly 75mm f/1.8
  9. tommiejeep

    Bee Eater

    Original Thread Appreciate the skill it took to get this image.

    © Tommie Hardin

  10. From the album: Patrick Benade

    This is one of those "keep trying" birds that never seem to come close enough for a decent shot. They are only 14cm high and move pretty fast, so I was really fortunate to have this one settle close and long enough for a change.

    © Patrick Benade

  11. Guest

    Archilochus colubris

    Camera: Nikon D3, Aperture priority, Manual focus, YongNuo Radio Release Lens: AF Micro Nikkor 200mm f/4 ED, Aperture f/14 Shutter Speed: 1/1600, ISO 3200 (available light) Tripod: Manfrotto 055XPROB; 410 Geared Head Venue: Lake Fairfax Park, Reston VA
  12. Guest


    A nesting neighbour of mine.
  13. Guest

    This is a bird

    but I am not a birder
  14. Guest


    Boring as it may be, the Siggy is not totally unusable.
  15. Guest

    Oystercather x 20

    Albeit a little overwhelmed by the scene it is still a valuable part of the image...in my mind at least.
  16. Guest

    One duck, Two duck

    Testing out the V1
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