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  1. Finally spring is close and I've found some time to get out with a camera. Rainbow Lorikeet Long-billed Corella This probably should be here in the bird forum, but it was flying! Bee Off All taken with Fuji X-E3 and 55-200 lens.
  2. I have been very busy with my workshops of late, for Florida is really hopping with activity right now. These are a few of the great horned owl images I have been able to capture this season. All taken with the Nikon D500 and Nikon 500 f/4E, FL, ED, VR lens. Hope everyone is well!!
  3. Pelicans are a common occurrence along the Gippsland Coast #1 - Lone Pelican Pelican Couple #3 - Incoming #4 - Landing #5 - Formation Some Gulls from the same trip can be seen here
  4. crowecg

    Gulls - Gippsland

    Some gulls from a recent trip to Port Albert in Gippsland. Gulls in Line Pacific Gull - Adult & Juvenile Pacific Gull - Juvenile Pelicans from the same trip can be seen here
  5. Manatee at Singapore Zoo - River Safari Crowen Pigeon at Jurong Bird Park Now did I really travel all this way to see this? Rainbow Lorikeet Occasionally, I see these in my back yard! And then real WILDlife - these lizards were making the most of the Jurong Bird Park which lay within their territory. Green lizard Lizard by the duck pond/url] And this one was really out in the wild. Lizard exploring the fort on Sentosa
  6. It so happened that it was necessary to change the camera X-Pro2 to X-H1. The third week I get used to and I'm testing a new device. I made a couple vylazo with her on the island Tatyshev. 1. _DSF0795 by Aleksander Pustovarov, on Flickr 2. _DSF0786 by Aleksander Pustovarov, on Flickr Ducks are not something that is tame, but they will soon be at least for people and beg for delicacies. 3 _DSF0763 by Aleksander Pustovarov, on Flickr 4 _DSF0778 by Aleksander Pustovarov, on Flickr 5 _DSF0801 by Aleksander Pustovarov, on Flickr 6 _DSF0233 by Aleksander Pustovarov, on Flickr 7 _DSF0222 by Aleksander Pustovarov, on Flickr Seagulls in contrast to ducks while fearful 8 _DSF0165 by Aleksander Pustovarov, on Flickr 9 _DSF0488 by Aleksander Pustovarov, on Flickr In general, the camera is satisfied. Although not usual little. There are too new moments.
  7. 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
  8. 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.
  9. crowecg

    Birds

    Had a morning out with my son the other day - kitted him with an old camera and 28-200 lens and we went for a walk around the local duck pond. He got some pretty good stuff, considering the gear I'd given him. Here are a few of mine from that day. 1 - Duck rearing 2 - Pigeon Landing 3 - Ready to Launch 4 - up close 5 - Ready to Launch #2 6 - In the mirror 7 - White faced heron All D7000 with 70-300, so sometimes a bit soft from the lens, also slightly foggy weather so ISOs were creeping up at times, but other problems may just have been my lack of skill.
  10. Had a short break at Lakes Entrance, Victoria over the New Year holiday. Here are a few shots of the wildlife from that trip. A seal playing in the entrance channel - whilst taking this picture, there was a family sat next to me and the kids never lifted their eyes from their phones - shame! Seal The channel was also popular with Comorants. Comorant The walk out to the entrance channel passed under many trees full of birds, including large numbers of Rainbow Lorikeets. Lorikeet D7E_6889 Along the waterfront in the town, it was swans and gulls that were most common. Occasionally, there were pelicans, but I didn't manage to get any of them. Sawn I did manage a bit of an action sequence with this gull picking up a dead fish from the water. Gull1 Gull2 Gull3 Gull4 Gull5
  11. This is a female Northern Cardinal, one of my very favorite regular birds here in Minnesota. They hang around all year and do not migrate south like many of our others birds do. I shot this at ISO 3200 at a 1:125 sec with my E-M1 with the 300mm F4.0 and 1.4x converter which yields the same field of view as an 840mm on a full-frame camera.
  12. 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.
  13. The Florida scrub jay (Aphelocoma coerulescens[A]) is one of the species of scrub jay native to North America. It is the only species of bird endemic to the U.S. state of Florida and one of only 15 species endemic to the continental United States. It is found only in Florida scrub habitat, an ecosystem that exists only in central and sometimes south Florida and is characterized by nutrient-poor soil, occasional drought, and frequent wildfires. They are omnivorous and eat a wide variety of acorns, seeds, peanuts, insects, tree frogs, turtles, snakes, lizards, and young mice. Scrub habitat has dwindled considerably in the past several decades as Florida has continued to develop. The IUCN classifies this species as vulnerable to extinction. These both were taken with the Nikon D500 and Nikon 70-200 f/4 G, VR lens with the Nikon 1.4E III TC, iso 1250, handheld.
  14. Hi all. Last weekend I was on the west coast of Florida and along with one of the eagles nests that we knew of we found a new one very close by. The action was slow and it was getting to be mid day, but still was able to capture a few images I liked. Both images with the blue sky were taken with the Nikon D500 and Nikon 500 f/4E, FL, ED, VR lens, iso 640, handheld. The other image of the eagle calling was taken just at dawn and I was trying out the new Nikon 2.0E III TC with the D500 and Nikon 500 f/4E, FL, ED, VR lens. I had not been impressed with Nikon 2.0 TC's in the past but this version in the right conditions, not too bad, iso 1600, f/9, 1/500 with the Feisol Tripod with the Uniqball Head.
  15. 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.
  16. The eagle nests all over Florida are starting to get refurbished for the next generation, which gives us some nice photo ops! This particular nest close to me unfortunately gets mostly side light from the place one needs to gets shots, for it is on private property and you cannot cross the fence to get a better lighting situation. The lighting yesterday morning was off again clouds, sun, more clouds, etc, but seeing that the activity was quite high, I took the shots and made the best of the lighting, albeit not great. The one time I had them in the right light and such they came too close for my lens setup, oh well, close ups can be nice too . All these were taken with the Nikon D500 and Nikon 500 f/4E, FL, ED, VR lens with the Nikon 1.4E III TC.
  17. Finally got a day out with the camera today. Having a bite to eat at the Olinda Falls picnic area and a couple of Kookaburras started to keep an eye on us. As we open some salami, one flew down and sat in the middle of the table. Had to back up a bit to get some pictures: Kookaburra up close Kookaburra 2 Kookabura in flight Also had an Australian Magpie get fairly close too. Magpie Both Kookaburras and Australian Magpies are quite distinctive in their sound as well as look. Later took a walk around the National Rhododendron Gardem - spring is here! Bee 1 Bee 2 A couple of action shots of the bees busy being bees.
  18. Last year I spend 10 days aboard a boat in the Galapagos Islands. It was an amazing trip to say the least!!!! Before we left for the islands, we spent a day up in the highlands of Ecuador with lots of hummingbirds. I used mostly the Nikon D810 camera body which gave me so much latitude, especially with iso. The first, of the Collared Inca Hummingbird, was taken with D810 and Nikon 300 f/4, ED, AF-S lens, non VR version, at iso 10,000 for example.
  19. They are quite the animated couple with lots of interactions between them. All taken with the Nikon D500 and Nikon 500 f/4E, FL, ED, VR lens. The first one was taken as I was just arriving, just at sunrise, one made a very low flyby.
  20. Our Florida Bald Eagle Pairs are returning to their nests to start building for the next generation. I just returned from a visit to one of these nests and really was able to captured some nice action as the pair built back their nest from last year. This one is the first one I processed, and thought I would share. Captured with the Nikon D500 and Nikon 500 f/4E, FL, ED, VR lens.
  21. Nancy Elwood

    Local Patch

    One of a few local, well local to me, wetlands is the Viera Wetlands, in Viera, Florida. There is usually always some action, but starting in mid October through to April or so the action is really great. Not only does the activity get better but the birds get that much more attractive due to them trying to get breeding partners. These were taken with the Nikon D810 and Nikon 500 f/4E, FL, ED, VR lens, with and without the Nikon 1.4E III TC. This was end of last year prior to the D500 coming out. The female belted kingfisher is my favorite!
  22. Starting in January each year, some 200 pairs of ospreys start arriving at a very special place we have here in Florida. This place is called Blue Cypress Lake. Going out on a pontoon boat is the best, and really only, way to really see and experience these ospreys. My friend has a pontoon boat, so I am fortunate that each year we make at least two trips down to the lake to capture these lovely birds in their full breeding colors, plus the chicks and juveniles. These are just a few from this year. All these were taken with the Nikon D500 and Nikon 500 f/4E, FL, ED, VR lens, handheld. The juveniles have the orange eyes and the somewhat different patterned feathers.
  23. During the heat and humidity of our Florida summers we have a few subjects that still can get us out of bed early and sweat to capture. One of them are these Black-bellied Whistling Ducks. At a place called the Viera Wetlands, in Viera, Florida, there are quite a few pairs that start arriving in around May to breed and nest. These were taken with the Nikon D500 and Nikon 500 f/4E, FL,ED, VR lens, handheld. One family with 18 chicks was seen last week. Problem is they are lucky if two survive the gators or hawks.
  24. bobfriedman

    High Key

    Editor's note: A very striking image and processing to enhance that. First seen here.

    © Bob Friedman

  25. bobfriedman

    RTH Portraits

    This regal bird portrait by Bob Friedman caught my eye from here. I really like the pose.

    © Bob Friedman

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