Nikon Wednesday 2017: #51

Discussion in 'Nikon' started by Matt Laur, Dec 27, 2017.

  1. Important: please keep your image under 1000 pixels on the longest side for in-line viewing, and please keep the FILE SIZE UNDER 300kb. Note that this includes photos hosted off-site (at Flickr, Photobucket, your own site, etc). Are you new to this thread? The general guidelines for these Wednesday threads are right here: This forum's moderators are allowing up to three Nikon Wednesday images per week, so share some work!

    So, it's the last Nikon Wednesday of another year, as the calendar works this time around. Hope everyone is having a peaceful holiday season, and perhaps seeing some sights (or some sites) that are inspiring a bit of photography. Our Christmas day visitor this year was a juvenile red-tailed hawk who hung around outside our kitchen window for over an hour. Maybe those meat scraps we tossed out there had something to do with it! Let's see what everyone else has been up to - share some photos!
    D810 at ISO 250 and 1/640th with a Nikon 200-500/5.6 at f/6.3 and 500mm.
  2. erik_christensen|3

    erik_christensen|3 Self-employed

    A guard taking care of a motorbike parking place downtown Saigon -cpn20170302-D72_0199.jpg
  3. Obligatory Christmas pictures. D740 60mm, 24-85. My nephew XmasDay-2524-2.jpg and my niece's fave present.
  4. The obligatory Xmas "card" - image taken earlier this year in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park.
    D7100 with 16-85 VR at 26mm, 1/400s, f/8 ISO 100
  5. The Happiest of New Year to all!
    FA, HP5, Xtol/Rodinal. At UBC in Vancouver.
    Goalie UBC.jpg
  6. I am amazed by this. Programming through DNA and a bit of practice and a delicate maneuver like this can be pulled off in some gusty wind. I just wish the frame buffer on the D7100 was bigger so I could have shot the retreat of the parent. By the way, is this how they got the name 'swallow'?
    Incoming.jpg Docking succesful-Edit.jpg
  7. City Hall 1.jpg
    D750. 8-15mm f/3.5-4.5 @12mm. 3 sec @f/4.0 ISO 100 Manfrotto Tripod..
  8. ShunCheung

    ShunCheung Moderator

    Shopping center in Hong Kong.

    Nikon D850 with 18-35mm/f3.5-4.5 AF-S @ 20mm, f5.6, 1/60 sec and ISO 400

  9. It's snowy and wickedly cold in Vermont, I hear, but I find myself not quite at home at the moment. I'm about to go under the radar, so here's a happy new year picture from Costa Rica, which is decidedly not freezing and buried in snow.

    m parrot.jpg

    D7100, 55-300 lens, cropped and not very well processed on my nasty little computer, but hey, it's not snowing!
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  10. Did you see that thing that Dieter posted?
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  11. along the Mississippi River between New Orleans and Baton Rouge the locals of the "River Parishes" have for well over 100 years built bonfires to guide Papa Noel down the River to their houses.They are lighted on Christmas Eve just after dark, a very big family affair, people come from surrounding areas to view and to share a very south Louisiana Christmas Eve experience. Of course there is food!



    Also in the neighborhood is the San Francisco Plantation, bedecked for Christmas

  12. Pleasant surprise this afternoon on the Sacramento River. XING ZUN HAI from Hong Kong making its way up the Sacramento River to Stockton DSC_3292.jpg
  13. ....where are all the people?
  14. Family Christmas gatherings this week. This one shot with a very fine 50mm AiS 1.4 on the d7100 at f 1.4 20171216_2682.jpg , 3200 iso
  15. Same lens and iso, f 2 20171216_2707.jpg
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  16. This one shot on the D7100 with an AF 1.8D lens, 3200 iso at f 1.8 20171225_2806.jpg
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  17. erik_christensen|3

    erik_christensen|3 Self-employed

    bnelson - why was it a pleasant surprise to see the ship proceed to Stockton on Sacramento River?
  18. As usual, late I'm afraid. I've been to visit my sister in Wales, where she actually has scenery and birds in the garden (a combination of cats and the urban setting means I've normally been stuck with pigeons and the occasional magpie at home).

    First, boxing day rains...


    (D810, 24-120 + polariser, since I got to learn what polarisers do to rainbows...)
  19. Since we seem to have a bird theme this week, and my slightly feeble attempts at birds in flight can wait, here's a seasonal robin (the kind we get in the UK, not the American version, obviously). D810 (still), 200-500 + TC14, through a window. Cheating, on a manky bird feeder. :)

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