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Dec 24, 2021 22:27 |  #2371

I was working a scene 180 degrees behind me with a 70-300mm lens when I turned around and saw this. My first instinct was, I'd need something wider than I had with me. I squeezed off a few frames at 70mm and went back to what I was doing.

When I got home I thought, this isn't too bad. The scene itself is crazy wide. There's 30 more miles of this stuff behind that hill. The perspective at 70mm was just right. It pulled the hills in closer, tightened things up without losing the wideness of the scene. With a wider lens, I would have lost that and I don't think I would have looked at this picture a second time.

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Dec 26, 2021 09:05 |  #2372

A couple of landscapes taken with the Tamron 150 600 which I no longer own. It was a pretty nice lens, very sharp at the 600 end. I think they look like HDR, but are not, simply taken in early morning light on a river.


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Dec 28, 2021 13:43 |  #2373

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=Hannah'sDad;19268187]​Grand Teton Range, Late June 2021 at sunrise, following an overnight rain. Shot with a 70-200 f/2.8II at 200mm. Four image stitch.
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Excellent capture, spot on.
I love the Tetons...:-)


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Dec 31, 2021 14:10 |  #2374

winter birch

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Jan 02, 2022 13:10 |  #2375

View up the River Forth estuary from Leith, on a blustery day today...

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These are small, but the ones out there are far away.
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Jan 03, 2022 20:03 |  #2377

Lucked out with some fog and a Great Blue Herron at Lake O' the Pines the other day.


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Jan 11, 2022 14:55 |  #2378

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Jan 14, 2022 14:09 |  #2380

out searching for foxes in the winter woods

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Jan 14, 2022 14:15 |  #2381

jimmy_racoon wrote in post #19330781 (external link)
out searching for foxes in the winter woods
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Does not look like you found any foxes this day.......

It is very heavily wooded!


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Jan 14, 2022 15:30 |  #2382

Inspeqtor wrote in post #19330782 (external link)
Does not look like you found any foxes this day.......

It is very heavily wooded!

No such luck yet, Charles!
Will return when/if it stops as the snow picked-up and covered any useable tracks.
Great area that supports at least 4 foxes, a coyote or two, plus occasional deer.
Walking distance from the house, too!
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jimmy_racoon wrote in post #19330800 (external link)
No such luck yet, Charles!
Will return when/if it stops as the snow picked-up and covered any useable tracks.
Great area that supports at least 4 foxes, a coyote or two, plus occasional deer.
Walking distance from the house, too!
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That is extra nice being close to home!!


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Jan 16, 2022 10:26 |  #2384

A patch of early morning sunlight makes it through to light some Bald Cypress trunks. Shot from the kayak.


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Jan 16, 2022 18:53 |  #2385

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