|Egret chicks feeding[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife (Public) >> Egret chicks feeding
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Posted by jtmcg on 21-Apr-2015
And I suspect a Darwinian result as time goes on. I noticed this mother starting to feed her chicks and I shot 41 frames in the space of about 3 minutes. I was mainly concentrating on trying to capture the feeding process but ...
|A birth of birds[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife (Public) >> A birth of birds
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Posted by jrp on 20-Apr-2015
While at ANPAT 15th Spring we visited St. Augustine in Florida.
There we witnessed many birds nesting and chicks been born.
This was my attempt to document such a happy occasion for an egret family:
|Some spring birds[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife (Public) >> Some spring birds
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Posted by labtrout on 22-Apr-2015
I am fortunate to live just minutes from a state nature preserve with miles of trails and a beaver pond. No beavers today but here are some recent shots of small birds out enjoying Spring.
All taken with D7100, 300mm f4 an ...
|Red-capped Plovers[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife (Public) >> Red-capped Plovers
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Posted by Hessy on 19-Apr-2015
Red-capped Plovers on Wharton Beach near Esperance this morning.
No chance of filling the frame with these tiny things.
D800E VR500mm f4 @ 700mm f7.1 1/2000 ISO100 -0.3EV
|Wood Ducks[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife (Public) >> Wood Ducks
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Posted by Dubes on 20-Apr-2015
At the park with my granddaughter, so packing light. Taken with D7100 and my old 300mm f/4 AF-ED lens.
Male - ISO360, f/5, 1/1600 sec, -0.3EV
Male - ISO360, f/5 ...
|A Rhino scuffle[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife (Public) >> A Rhino scuffle
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Posted by AartPapaya on 20-Apr-2015
On Sunday I had an extraordinary good day in the park. I would like to share a number of pictures, starting with the "Little Jewel", "Tortoise Runaway", and "Cumulus". This series is my second favor, close to ruining a wonder ...
|sun cover for my D3300 - heat protection[forum message]|
GENERAL >> New to Photography (Public) >> sun cover for my D3300 - heat protection
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Posted by savedbygrace2007 on 18-Apr-2015
I am going to be shooting some time laspse and am concerned about the heat from the Florida sun. It is already almost hitting 90 degrees here and I can imagine my camera heating up after some time of sitting in the sunlight. ...
|Couple of Neighbor Critters and Such[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife (Public) >> Couple of Neighbor Critters and Such
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Posted by bhiggins on 23-Apr-2015
Spring is blooming but you would not have known it as today was cold (low 40's), windy 18 mph, overcast, rained, snowed....... But I got out for about an hour around the block. I just took the D7100 with the hand held Tamron ...
|Little Jewel[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife (Public) >> Little Jewel
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Posted by AartPapaya on 18-Apr-2015
I think the Malachite Kingfisher may be regarded as one of the jewels in the kingdom of birds. This little one was just within reach of my 150-500 Sigma. A very dull overcast day.
D810 ISO-360 F/7.1 1/200 500(150-500mm Sig ...
|Red Tail Dining[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife (Public) >> Red Tail Dining
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Posted by vcottman on 21-Apr-2015
A Red Tailed Hawk appears somewhat annoyed having its fine dining interrupted with my presence.
Thanks for looking,
A Mile High Nikonian
Photography: It's not wh ...