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Sep 22, 2022 09:43 |  #2986

Starting to look like autumn in these parts. OM-1 and 12-100.

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Sep 22, 2022 17:28 as a reply to  @ Itsed65's post |  #2987

Very pretty scene ltsed65
Lovely composition and colours.

You're certainly showing that OM-1 off very well.



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Sep 23, 2022 10:03 |  #2988

Playing with the new OM-1 and Oly 100-400. both raw and JPG are pretty clean for ISO6400. Raw ran through DXO pure raw 2 and jpg SOC. Which is which? Nothing fancy for the pictures just yard birds having lunch.


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If you see the Panasonic 100-400mm lens in exif it is really the Olympus 100-400 that is not in the database.

  
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Sep 23, 2022 13:12 |  #2989

Very nice for 6400


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Sep 23, 2022 16:04 as a reply to  @ SynJohn's post |  #2990

I assume first is SOC
Both very nice though



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Sep 23, 2022 23:18 |  #2991

avondale87 wrote in post #19428205 (external link)
I assume first is SOC
Both very nice though

Yes sir


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Sep 25, 2022 04:01 |  #2992

avondale87 wrote in post #19427117 (external link)
some very nice photos there Rose
Hardenbergia - the purple pea flower. Does that grow natively there?
It's a beautiful flower.

Kōwhai and Waxeye are a good combination. Interesting, we call them Silvereye here.
Beautiful captures of them

That Iceland poppy is lovely with the rain on it. Nice pastel colours.

I think the hardenbergia is probably introduced here from Australia- when I "did" wildflowers in WA with my sister about twelve years ago I noticed a dwarf form of it that seemed quite prolific. It does well where I live, as the soil is very free draining, old river bed type area.

Yes the waxeyes are called silvereye, and infrequently white eye here.

Our weather has been pretty grey and dismal, with high rainfall, so not conducive to the lovely spring shots one would like!

It was a nice morning - I had sat up to watch the funeral, then dropped off to sleep in my chair, and woke to a lovely morning.

Iceland poppies make a great subject at all stages of their life. Napier Council uses them quite a lot most years in mass plantings, but I haven't been over there lately. The limitations of our lives imposed by covid have lingered with me .... after being so unwell last year I feel quite vulnerable regarding my health these days.


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Sep 25, 2022 04:03 |  #2993

the black fox wrote in post #19427125 (external link)
nice shots rose , I have the same green feeder as you

I filled that feeder about 7.30 that morning, and the sparrows had cleaned it out by mid afternoon!

Handy design, but might not have a long life I suspect with the bright sunlight we get.


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Sep 25, 2022 04:06 |  #2994

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Ear bashing is a understatement .. she grounded me .. looks like a long job doc said it might take a few weeks for the leg to heal .the AB tablets are huge to ,and had to stop one of my heart tablets for a week ..
Still got black eyes and large scabs on the nose ,can at least wear glasses again at the moment . Got some old ones re.glazed for now ,but got to order some new ones once up to it that will be another £100 gone

And all in the pursuit of a photograph? ........


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Sep 25, 2022 04:06 |  #2995

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My goodness, haven't seen, or heard, a frog in decades!


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Sep 25, 2022 04:14 |  #2996

Hardly seen any cygnets this year, but a few different lots today. One cygnet got itself stranded down the stop bank and my dog was intensely interested in it, and spotted it before I could put him on his lead. The swan parent was hissing, and flapping it's wings, and I felt my dog was in dire danger! I think Duffy (my dog) hoped it might be someone to play chase with, as he kept nudging it with his nose, until finally his cloth ears became hearing again! I was so agitated I didn't even think to take a shot of it all! This is afterwards, but before the cygnet rejoined it's family.


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Sep 25, 2022 04:20 |  #2997

As if Duffy's interest in the cygnet in the previous post wasn't enough to raise my anxiety, after I let him off the lead again, he headed down the stop bank to eyeball another swan family! Once again I was reduced to screaming at him to come back before the swan attacked!


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Sep 25, 2022 20:45 |  #2998

1930 Model A Ford

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Sep 26, 2022 05:08 |  #2999

couple from last year .still housebound unfortunately . a reed bunting and a linnet


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Sep 26, 2022 06:33 as a reply to  @ the black fox's post |  #3000

they are very nice Jeff, but I expect that's little comfort when you're just wanting to get back some mobility out and about and see clearly in that.

Not sure how this will look. An experiment in cropping and maybe too much.

Male Superb Fairy Wren colouring up
The actual birds head possibly about 23 mm diameter


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