Discussion in 'Canon EOS' started by Nick, Jun 29, 2017.
It is Thursday here.
After rain, 6D with Tamron 70-300.
Strange marker atop Britton Peak.
Canon EOS Rebel SL1
As promised, some from the garden. Has been raining here as well.
@jd, Get well soon.Hope your operation went as swift as mine.
All 5d2, 100 2.8 Lis, F16.
and the apples are wet as well.
at least i don't have to water the plants today.
Goldfinch Enjoys Thistle Seeds
Goldfinch Enjoys Thistle Seeds by David Stephens, on Flickr
Welcome To My Studio Mr. Finch
Welcome To My Studio Mr. Finch... by David Stephens, on Flickr
Bumblebee On Thistle
Close up of bumblebee covered with pollen by David Stephens, on Flickr
Dcstep, the red finch is just perfect. I did not have the energy to get outside to shoot anything this week. I did some experiments with water droplet refraction. Not there just yet, but now I know how to do it.
5D Mark IV, 100mm 2.8
Thank you, "Trigger". You shot is wonderful.
Do I recall correctly that you're recovering? I'd say that photography seems to be good therapy for you. ;-)
Thank you for the concern, but you might have me confused with someone else.
I'm just fine. Hoping to see a new family member in the next three weeks or so. Getting a bit tired. Still working full time though.
Oops, sorry. Your shot is still might fine!
Here's one from the other day with my 5D3...
Some great photos from everyone.
Wishing you the best, TriggerHappy!
Andy, what an orchid!
Dcstep, great shots as usual. You must have a library of wildlife/nature photographs.
Thunderstorms rolling through last night. I shot this through a double-pane window. Color cast on lower right is due to outside lighting. Streaks in the sky are planes going to O'Hare airport.
5D mkII Tamron 90 mm macro
Error will try again.
Wow! Those are incredible lightning shots!
Always lots of great shots and a nice variety! Just one from me today. My twelve year old granddaughter after an afternoon dance recital (hence the lipstick). She had a repeat performance later that evening. Canon 6D
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