Nikon Wednesday 2018: #37

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  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!

    If you're here on the eastern seaboard like me, you're probably weary of the season's unusually rainy episodes. We're soaked. The ground is squishy. Everything's moldy. Enough! Aaaaand, we're about to feel the wrath of Florence. For us, that will probably be six more inches or rain or so. But for folks in the Carolinas and parts of Virginia, it looks really grim. Hope any and all PN-folk along that stretch of the coast and inland up against those hills are taking it very seriously, and being prepared for terrible flooding. Be safe!

    So for now, I've got no choice but to embrace the never-ending damp, and shoot some wed plants. See you all next week once that storm has done what it's going to do. Be careful out there! Don't be that guy that just had to photograph that raging river from the slippery bank.
    drizzly_2.jpg D810 and a 105mm macro.
  2. In Polynesia the trees have a lot of personality. This one seems a bit worried.

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  3. A cemetery tree is very inviting (the view is good but I'm not sure it's to die for):

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  4. These tree buddies are inseparable:

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  5. For a cloudy day here. Purdy day will follow, for sure. _D3X6034in.JPG
  6. ShunCheung

    ShunCheung Administrator

    Pelicans, FX body with 600mm Nikkor lens


  7. I'm with Matt - enough! 6-28-2018x1000.jpg
  8. Chester, IL
    Home of Popeye
    Elzie C. Segar Memorial Park

    Nikon S2​
  9. When I was out shooting herons not too long ago, the noise from my camera's mirror made this fellow curious. So no, a loud camera is not always something bad.
    Nikon D800E, AF-S 300/2.8 VR, TC-20-EIII
  10. Sandy Vongries

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  11. Sandy Vongries

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    Had to laugh - everywhere we go I have to take photos of tree trunks - my wife is a weaver and has an idea for patterns - I call it the Bark Project!
  12. Getting away from the rain, and spending quality time with the tools. Nikon F, 28-85mm Nikkor, Tri-X, Xtol/Rodinal. Swansea, MA.
  13. I wish we had too much rain! But I guess be careful what you wish for. Two shots this week, one from a rare Friday night free, too close to town and too much light pollution, but it's all for fun and practice. And one from a hike Sunday. Nikon D750, Rokinon 14mm, Nikon 24-85VR.

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  14. Oregon Fall, D300s 24-85 AFD

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  15. I feel your pain. While I'm not in Virginia anymore, my wife still is while we're going through the process of selling the house. I've been hearing the rain stories pretty much every day. I'm just praying that the big tree in our front yard doesn't get get blown over with a strong gust of wind with the ground so wet and us being so close to closing on the house.
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