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Oct 28, 2018 20:19 |  #1381


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My teenage son calls this black-and-white ruffed lemur "Martin", because he says the bushy white mutton-chop sideburns remind him of Martin Van Buren (external link)!


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Oct 28, 2018 20:20 |  #1382

Inside the Small Mammal House. These pics were taken with ambient light, no flash.


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I'm not sure why this guy (gal?) was in the Small Mammal House, but the colors are beautiful.


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Oct 31, 2018 05:29 |  #1383

Here is another one taken with the Sigma 100-400 Contemporary (using the Fotodiox Pro EF/EF-M adapter). I used a tripod to try to get this one sharper than the full moon photo I posted last week (POST 18735403), which was hand-held. This is near last quarter, and the terminator (the line between sunlight and darkness) is in a position where the shadows reveal a lot of interesting detail. North is at the top.

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Oct 31, 2018 22:53 |  #1384

Haumoana today - very cold too. With a manual Vivitar 28mm f/2.5 It seems quite sharp from f/4 through to about f/8, and even f/11.

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Oct 31, 2018 22:55 |  #1385

Two more at Haumoana:

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Nov 01, 2018 17:59 |  #1386

with a 2x and a 1.4x on the 500f4. It still auto focused! :)

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Nov 01, 2018 18:11 |  #1387

I recently bought the ef-m 15-45, pleasantly surprised at how sharp it can be

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Nov 06, 2018 02:13 |  #1388

NZ own Blarney Stone - Napier.

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Nov 06, 2018 02:16 |  #1389

Napier - fishing at Ahuriri. I haven't seen anyone use a net like this before. He seemed to throw a handful of something ino the water, then did a twirl a bit like a discus thrower.

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Nov 06, 2018 02:29 |  #1390

roseyposey wrote in post #18745003 (external link)
Napier - fishing at Ahuriri. I haven't seen anyone use a net like this before. He seemed to throw a handful of something ino the water, then did a twirl a bit like a discus thrower.

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nice! did he catch anything?


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Nov 06, 2018 02:46 |  #1391

Napier - some seagulls:

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Canon M5: A variety of Canon, Sigma, Tamron, Tokina, prime and zoom lenses, Samyang fisheye, 2 lovely Minolta MD, and just for fun a Helios 44-2 58m.
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Nov 06, 2018 02:49 |  #1392

joeseph wrote in post #18745006 (external link)
nice! did he catch anything?

Yes - it seemed as though he left net in a few minutes, then pulled it up. Each time at leat four or five or more small fish, maybe six to eight inches. I only watched close by for a short time, but walked around further, and had lunch, and I'd guess he would have enough to feed several people. Lots of prep to clean such small fish though.


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Nov 06, 2018 03:03 |  #1393

By chance there was a fishing competition on today in Napier.

A good sized hapuku, caught near Portman Island (not sure of name of place.

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Nov 06, 2018 03:05 |  #1394

roseyposey wrote in post #18745011 (external link)
Yes - it seemed as though he left net in a few minutes, then pulled it up. Each time at leat four or five or more small fish, maybe six to eight inches. I only watched close by for a short time, but walked around further, and had lunch, and I'd guess he would have enough to feed several people. Lots of prep to clean such small fish though.

probably need little fish as bait to catch bigger fish...


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Nov 06, 2018 03:14 |  #1395

joeseph wrote in post #18745014 (external link)
probably need little fish as bait to catch bigger fish...

Yes - possibly, but I had the sense that this was the catch. Wished I had gone back when I thought of it, but they left. while I was having lunch and watching from a distance. Thought they may have been Asian, or even Greek ...


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