1. merlin

    Equinox Flowers

    X-T2, 90mm
  2. tonyturley


    In honor of our baby Tasha, I want to share some images of her through the years. I guess I've always photographed our fur babies, even way back when I was using P&S cameras. Tasha was a fun cat. She used to play fetch with us when she was young. We would throw one of those small cushy kitty...
  3. merlin

    Here Kitty Kitty

  4. gryphon1911

    Lorikeet with "Analog Efex"

    Messing about with Nik Analog Efex Pro 2. Just because I can!! :) Vintage camera preset. Nikon Z6, Tamron 70-200/2.8 G2 on FTZ
  5. Jock Elliott

    After five long years . . . finally published as a nature photographer . . . see also "patient endurance"

    The theme of my early morning devotional last Wednesday was "patient endurance." I remember thinking: "doesn't sound like fun to me." At noon, coming back from a doctor's appointment, the better half says, "better check your messages." There is a call from an editor at The Conservationist...
  6. kyteflyer

    Tawny Frogmouth

    Info at Tawny Frogmouth This guy seems to have taken up residence in my callistemon, in the back yard. It was being harassed by a flock of Noisy Miners.
  7. merlin

    Late Afternoon Bobcat Family

    X-T2, 90mm
  8. gryphon1911

    Albino Squirrel

    We've always had a few of these running around, but I think this is the closest I've been able to get to one.
  9. gryphon1911

    Bees and Flowers

    I'm still experimenting with capturing bees this year. Here are a few with the Fuji Xpro-2 and 50-230/4.5-6.7 OIS II SOOC JPGs 1 2 3 RAW processed in Capture One 20 4 5 6 My Kodak Panatomic-X film simulation SOOC 7 8 9
  10. ericdraven

    Lotus Flower - NYC

    Lotus Flower - NYC by David Wong, on Flickr
  11. merlin

    Monday Morning Poppy

    X-T2, 90mm
  12. buttermaker


    I shot this years ago while Kayaking in Virginia. My wife thought I was nuts carrying $2000 worth of Camera equipment in the Kayak but it payed off.
  13. loki

    fox kit

    my favorite is the first image with it's eyes closed. taken a few weeks ago at a local refuge. since then the refuge has decided to round up all of the foxes and move them. turns out visitors were feeding the foxes, which unfortunately makes sense to me considering how close i was able to get...
  14. buttermaker

    I love the Zoo

  15. merlin

    This Morning's Poppy

    X-T2, 16-80mm
  16. davect01

    New Betta Fish

    Nikolas the Great, picked out by our kid. Day 1, A6400 and 18-135mm Day 4, A6400 and 50mm Minolta
  17. merlin


    X-T2, 16-80mm
  18. merlin

    Nature's Eye

    X-T2, 16-80mm
  19. Bobby Tingle

    Jail Birds

    They're looking to break out
  20. merlin

    Mid-Spring Wildflowers

    X-T2, 16-80mm
  21. West

    Spring in bloom

  22. merlin

    Ancient Mountain Juniper

    XT-2, 16-80mm
  23. merlin

    Earth Day Lichens

    XT-2, 16-80mm
  24. merlin

    Backcountry Lichens

    X-T2, 16-80mm
  25. bilzmale

    Back in the aquarium game.

    Not quite nature but they are animals. We have kept fish on and off for over 50 years and recently decided to reinstall this 25-year-old 60L octagonal tank. I have been running it for a month empty of fish to establish the nitrogen cycle and allow beneficial bacteria to colonise. Been testing...
  26. mike3996

    Show Ice

  27. ggweci

    Winter walk

    Went for a nice winter walk with the family last weekend. In a beautiful forest of trails with the snow falling.
  28. merlin

    Artemus in his Winter Coat

    X-T2, 16-80mm
  29. Mike G

    Mackeral Sky maybe?

    I'm not sure if this is a Mackeral Sky? Nikon Z6 + Nikkor 24-70mm @ 1/2000 f4 ISO100.
  30. bilzmale

    Leaf Fall.

    I often regret (photographically) that in Australia we don't have a fall season but here in mid-summer we can get a leaf buildup. Here is a selection of treatments from the driveway.
  31. merlin

    Lichens in Winter

    X-T2, 16-80mm f/4
  32. Bobby Tingle

    Tried a 15 minute exposure

    Since the Pro2 can do a 15 minute exposure, and I got a new 10 stop in, I figured why not try it.
  33. wee-pics

    November Pearls

    From a late morning stroll with the Lumix LX-100 M2
  34. Coksic


  35. drd1135

    Another Autumn Walk

    Another pleasant autumn walk. A rainy morning and a bright afternoon. I was playing with a new lens (85 1.8) and was getting used to the narrow DoF of FF with a short tele.
  36. drd1135

    The Undergrowth in Autumn Rain

  37. kyteflyer

    Show: Spiders

    There seem to be a lot of spider shots in the forum, but no specific thread for same... So here it is for those who like these little guys.
  38. merlin

    Still Blooming!

  39. merlin


    Sure sign of autumn in the high country!
  40. Mike G

    Dave’s latest portrait.

    A suspicious look from my friend Dave after he’s just finished his evening biscuit snack! Quite a heavy crop. Lumix G9 + Panasonic 12-35 @ 1/60 f5 ISO2000
  41. Mike G

    They’re looking at us!

    Two beautiful Barn Owls at a summer fete. Lumix GX8 + Lumix G 20mm @ 1/125 f5.6 ISO1600.
  42. merlin

    Late Blooming Pelargoniums

  43. merlin

    September Glad

    A wonderful treat!
  44. merlin

    September Daylilies

    A new month treat!
  45. Mike G

    Dave & biscuits

    My friend Dave the Cat on his fourth visit today for food and treats! Lumix G9 + Panasonic 12-35mm 2.8 @ 1/60 f4 ISO1600 Or as he was probably thinking “bog off”and leave me in peace!
  46. merlin

    Very Late Blooming Gladiola.

    A marvelous surprise!
  47. merlin


    Second Round of Daylilies. What a surprise!
  48. merlin

    Last Glads of the Season

  49. Mike G

    Roses in the rain.

    A bit rainy today, thankfully also a bit cooler. :flowers_2: G9 + Panasonic 12-35mm @ 1/640 f4 ISO200
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