Another trip to Canyon Park today to check on the baby pied-billed grebes... I've been watching these little ones for the past month as they've grown
JBLM Airshow - Air Force Thunderbirds
First off - 3200 shutter speed is just not fast enough! Must Go Higher! (I'm going
Common Merganser hen stretching her wings.
Normally, I can't get close enough to get a good shot.
I think the wind helped because they were
After a couple of years of trying, I finally caught a Caspian tern just at "the moment" - that split second when its bill hits the water. Their
Another new year, another new thread.
If anyone is interested in tracking our Edmonds area wildlife, here is my Edmonds Wildlife thread
Found this great egret in a marsh near Snohomish last night... got these "golden hour" shots. It was about 60 yards away for the flight photos,
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Sashimi is very difficult to eat when it is still alive and kicking.
1/3200 should be plenty fast enough, Deka... I like the composition you got here, even if the sharpness isn't perfect... and a lot of that is likely due
Wow! Exceptional capture.
A really outstanding series of the hawk and kingfisher, Bill!
The hawk continued north across the marsh, headed for the hedge behind the boardwalk.
The hawk flew across the boardwalk, then
My shots from Tuesday (8/23) evening's golden hour at the Edmonds Marsh with the 5DIII + 100-400L II telephoto zoom. Due to the harsh horizontal sunlight,
Yeah, these were shot a stop underexposed, and then I did some tweaking in post to further tone down the whites a bit... Even at that, some of the whites
Did you underexpose those shots? This evening I was down at the Edmonds marsh during the "golden hour." All the white/light feathers of the
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by: youngwarriorDescription}: Fountain in the garden at Shore Acres State Park, OR.
The contrast between the white bird and the "golden hour" tinted background foliage is very artistic. My favorite is the second shot.
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