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Jan 30, 2018 16:19 |  #4426

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Haha thanks. Yes this was a pretty awesome scene in Whiting, Indiana which is just 12 miles SE from Chicago. I had seen photos of it on news channels on FB and had been waiting to see something like this in person for a long long time. High winds and single digit temps at the lake front cause this to happen, an ice storm. And this is what it leaves behind. I have many more images which I will share some here and there - a good number taken with the RX10IV so will post a few in that thread.

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What a fantastic scene. Ain't nature wonderful? am very glad you took the time to go and get photos. Amazing.


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Jan 31, 2018 00:26 |  #4427

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These are all great! I am hoping you can explain what it is in the background in this shot?! Looks like Mr. Freeze got in a fight with Cthulhu and won! (for now)

Dunno if you do FB but here is some 360 degree video of the scene, it gives you a much better feel for what it was like. Towards the end of the video you can see the area where I took the shots posted in here. The entire area is covered in ice, so it's fairly tricky to maneuver around.

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Jan 31, 2018 13:46 |  #4428

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Now there is a triple bypass burger. Looks good and nice shot.


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I only usually eat half the bun. So that will be OK, won't it? Nothing to get nervous about?

(Nice shot!).


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:-) It's making me hungry.

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Jan 31, 2018 13:47 |  #4429


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Feb 01, 2018 08:54 |  #4430

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Feb 01, 2018 12:58 |  #4431

srika wrote in post #18552469 (external link)
Haha thanks. Yes this was a pretty awesome scene in Whiting, Indiana which is just 12 miles SE from Chicago. I had seen photos of it on news channels on FB and had been waiting to see something like this in person for a long long time. High winds and single digit temps at the lake front cause this to happen, an ice storm. And this is what it leaves behind. I have many more images which I will share some here and there - a good number taken with the RX10IV so will post a few in that thread.

Here is a self-portrait:

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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/22bK​xER  (external link) NC8A6207mc (external link) by Ross Images (external link), on Flickr

and another:

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Great shots!

Reminds me of the lighthouse in St. Joseph, MI.

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Feb 01, 2018 15:12 |  #4432

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Feb 02, 2018 05:18 |  #4433

I spent 9 hours chasing a pair of Juvenile Collared sparrowhawks today (first time I have ever seen one). Getting photos was obviously a high priority but just observing them was also worthwhile and surprisingly entertaining. This photo probably the best, at the 8 hour mark.

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Feb 02, 2018 05:52 |  #4434

Choderboy wrote in post #18554546 (external link)
I spent 9 hours chasing a pair of Juvenile Collared sparrowhawks today (first time I have ever seen one). Getting photos was obviously a high priority but just observing them was also worthwhile and surprisingly entertaining. This photo probably the best, at the 8 hour mark.
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Well worth the effort Dave they have been avoiding me too for a long time; hopefully I wont have to wait too much longer.


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Feb 02, 2018 06:58 |  #4435

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Well worth the effort Dave they have been avoiding me too for a long time; hopefully I wont have to wait too much longer.

Summary of the days observations:
I spent all day watching two Juvenile Collared sparrowhawks. I saw: A CS chase a Satin bowerbird who after fleeing stood it's ground and the CS backed off. About 20 Noisy miners chase off the CS. One of the CS chased a Currawong for about 200 metres before I lost sight of them. One of the CS swooped a perched Sulphur crested cockatoo, followed by the predictable screams of the cockies. At least 3 birds were caught and eaten. I suspect a butcherbird was looking for it's mate or offspring at one point, hanging around near the CS while it was eating. Late in the day there was a Currawong war. It ended up with 5 Currawongs vs the 1 CS. Easy to believe it was a game from the CS perspective, it would flee when the Currawongs swooped it but was chasing them much of the time too. Both CS called much of the day, the only noticeable break was about 20 minutes before the 'attack' on the cockies. Throughout the day they were probably a maximum 250 metres from the suspected nest.

Graham is very aware of the size of a Currawong. For those that are not, this photo shows that the Sparrowhawk is either stupid or made of the same stuff they made Chuck Norris with.

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Feb 02, 2018 12:04 |  #4436

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Feb 03, 2018 03:07 |  #4438

Collared sparrowhawk with my now useable 500 F4 / 2X TC combo.
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Feb 03, 2018 06:45 as a reply to  @ Choderboy's post |  #4439

It was hard to like that one. I'll rephrase that: it was easy to like but hard to hit the like button because the baby gecko that's taken up residence on my screen is covering it. Hazards of the tropics.


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When he (or she) was younger, a week or so ago, he'd chase the mouse cursor arrow around trying to catch it, and if I moved it quickly towards him he'd get scared and run away. But he's wiser now and just ignores it.

Oops, just realised this is the 5D MkIV thread. Sorry!

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Feb 04, 2018 12:12 |  #4440

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