Canon Thursday 2014, #42

Discussion in 'Canon EOS' started by robinsmith, Oct 15, 2014.

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    Are you new to this thread? The general guidelines for these Thursday threads are right here . Remember: only 3 images each week!​
    I'll start this week's thread with a fall shot taken last year. I look forward to seeing your favorite(s) for the week.
  2. Spearhead

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  3. Mingus Mountain at dawn, shot Wednesday morning...
  4. Roy's Redwoods, a small grove nearby my neighborhood, first a smaller tree:
  5. And a bit larger one, self for scale:
  6. The Great Falls of the Potomac
    Canon 5Dii
  7. An Eastern deer, half successfully hiding behind a tree.
    Canon 5Dii
  8. We went to Kew Gardens last Sunday.
    The Palm House
    Designed by Decimus Burton and Nicole Burton. The first large-scale structural made from wrought iron, it was built between 1844 and 1848.
    5D2+Samyang 14/2.8
    Ring-necked parakeet - Psittacula krameri
    Photographed from a walkway at treetop height.
    Royal Botanic Gardens
    It's a garden, so here is a flower shot.
  9. Went to Canada for our holiday this year. Took the 1Ds III, 16-35mm, 24-105mm and the 70-200mm plus 1.4x. Had a great time and managed a few decent shots. Here's what I believe to be a Colombian Ground Squirrel, shot with the 70-200mm + 1.4x at a campsite in Banff.
  10. Fall color comes in many forms.
  11. One of the last aster blooms.
    XSi, 18-55 mm is with 12mm extension tube, off camera flash
  12. Spotted bee balm
    XSi, 18-55mm is with 12mm extension tube, off-camera flash
  13. kts


    those are some nice shots Andrew.....Laura, i seen a lot of that in the woods yesterday morning and you nailed the color perfectly
    we had a wild sunrise here on Tuesday and luckily i was in the right place to catch it
  14. kts


  15. kts


  16. I just moved to a place out in Almond and Walnut orchard and I have seen this guy out hunting gophers in the mornings. He is a big cat and very fierce looking. I was a little wary of him at first as he was of me. It turns out he likes his head scratched and loves to be petted. He talks loudly all the time when I am outside with him with a voice that is not the traditional meow. I'm not sure who he belongs to but he has a flea collar and isn't around all the time. It seems like he needs a friend but he's a little jumpy. So I may be adopted by a cat soon, as he was lounging on my porch yesterday morning.
  17. Ring-necked Pheasant Cock
    Canon 5D MkIII, EF 500mm f/4L IS, EF 2.0x TC-III, Av Mode, ISO 1600, 0EV, f/8.0, resulting in 1/4000-sec., hand held, with Raw conversion in DxO Optics Pro 9.5
  18. Little Momma Fattens Up For Winter
    Canon 5D MkIII, EF 500mm f/4L IS, EF 2.0x TC-III, Av Mode, ISO 800, +2/3EV, f/8.0, resulting in 1/1600-sec., hand held, with Raw conversion in DxO Optics Pro 9.5.
  19. Watching Sunset
    Canon 5D MkIII, EF 15mm f/2.8 fisheye, Av Mode, ISO 400, +2/3EV, f/9.0, resulting in 1/100-sec., hand held, with Raw conversion and de-fishing with DxO Optics Pro 9.5.1
  20. How do you post a photo here ?
  21. Recent woodland visit
  22. How do you post a photo here ?​
    I point you to the test posting forum (see it under the list for forums). You can post away as much as you like and experiment there without anyone caring. You have to write a comment of some kind, and then you are asked to post an image, but only after you have clicked "confirm". The jpegs have to be 700 pixels on their longest side: any more than that and they will not show up in line. You also have to have a title for it to show up. Experiment on the test forum and then post your EOS image here.
  23. Peter, we obviously had the same idea when visiting Kew!
    Canon 5D +17-40L
  24. It has been a wet week;
  25. Happy Canon Thursday!
  26. It's all about color today.
    Along the Lake Michigan beach in Rogers Park, Chicago.
  27. A tree standing by itself.
  28. Snack stand closed for the season
  29. Andrew, I'm surprised at the depth of field you got with that extension tube. Both nice shots, too.
  30. A bit of fall color.
  31. Wildebeest in the Ngorongoro crater. EOS 7D / EF 70-200mm F/4L IS; 1/250s at f/11 ISO 400.
  32. Thom, thanks. Many of autumn's finest fungi are out now. I had walked down the other side of this slope and missed these on the way in. While putting gear back in the car a friend saw me and stopped, not knowing that I had dinner in the trunk. He talked about having a quart of cream at home and was hoping to have mushrooms for supper. I had enough to share and everyone ate well.
  33. Thanks Thom and Adrian.

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