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Itsy Bitsy Spider
While this guy looks huge in the download, he's no more than a 1/2" in size. Three shot stack shot at f/16.
Till death do us part.
Canon 5DSR with Tamron 150-600 @ 200mm f7.1 @ 1/125 ISO 640 - Caledon State Park, Virginia.
Some birds from Alaska
Taken all over the state. Please use downloads.
'Tis the season
Blueberries. The wild ones are a little on the small side here. Try the download. I included the red one for colour. "Daddy, why is that one red?" "Because it's green."
Portrait of a Hummingbird,
Portrait of a Hummingbird, as fall comes around the hummingbirds are thinning out but the Tit Mouse has started showing up.
I have now got the ID for some spiderlings.
I posted this without ID sometime ago but they are the spiderlings of Zoropsis Spinimana which is a mediterranean spider. I shot it in Spain. The mother is similar to a Wolf Spider with a slight difference in their eye layout. They have been introduced to the USA in the San Francisco Bay area and are also found in Russia.
Floyd Lamb Park, Las Vegas, NV
Looking for used AF-S VR Micro-Nikkor
105mm f/2.8G IF-ED
What can I expect to pay for this macro lens
Any help appreciated
I do have a nikon 40mm and want to upgrade ?
Returning After an Absence
I have returned to UHH after an absence of almost a year. I felt that some additional education and practice was called for, since I was finding myself 'out of step' on a number of topics of discussion. One effort that I undertook was to participate in a night sky/low light workshop at Big Bend National Park and some of the surrounding areas. Here is an image that I captured during a session in Terlingua, an old mercury mining town on the western edge of the park. Nikon D810 and Nikkor 14-24mm zoom at 14mm and f2.8. Exposure was 1/3 second (it was about 25 minutes after sunset). I will post a couple of additional images in a few minutes.
Terlingua Cemetery After Subset