wildlife

  1. JensM

    Otter!

    Somewhat maxed out on luck on the recent vacation up north in Norway. Saw an Otter one day, and the fellow came back for a photo opportunity the next day: Photos are quite heavily cropped and then had a run through Topaz Gigapixel.
  2. Phocal

    The Yukon and British Columbia

    So I am currently sitting in a hotel room in Ely, Minnesota (gather data for a September Boundary Waters trip) on day 12 of a 14 day trip from Anchorage, Alaska to Flint Michigan. My two days in Ely are the only time I have used a hotel, the rest of the trip has been all camping. Needless to...
  3. MoonMind

    Daily Challenge Today 1153

    Quite an interesting catch ... Et ceterum censeo: No pasarán. M.
  4. MountainMan79

    The Fisher

    Didn’t want to swamp the show birds thread with a ton of photos in a single post, but these all belong together. I watched for awhile today as a GBH skillfully fished time and time again, coming up with a fresh fish all but once.
  5. CatsAreGods

    Fuji Showcase Fujinon XF150-600 f/5.6-8 R LM OIS WR

    I can't believe there's no thread about this lens yet, so I'm starting it! I just got back from a week-long trip to visit my grandkids in Washington State, and I took them again to NW Trek, a large wildlife park that we drove through this time. It was a bit frustrating, because I hadn't...
  6. Carbonman

    Micro 4/3 Recommendations For A Costa Rica Wildlife Kit

    We're going to Costa Rica in 5 weeks and I'd like to haul as little extra gear as possible. It's a fully guided 13 day wildlife photography tour. I'm going to take 2x OM-1 bodies, 150-400mm f4.5, 40-150mm f2.8, 21-40mm f2.8, 8mm f1.8 fisheye, 60mm f2.8 macro and STF-8 macro flash. Any other...
  7. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Advice Wanted The dilemma of feeding the wildlife

    I have held strong to my convictions of not feeding the wildlife, no matter the temptation, no picture is worth the risk of making wildlife dependent or needy of human interaction. While it is arguable that our impact towards wildlife has made some of them already very dependent on our...
  8. phigmov

    Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2021 + Natural Landscape Winners 2021

    Couple of fun articles / links that might be of interest to people - NPR article on the Comedy Wildlife Award Winners for 2021 - these are always a pick-me-up and they're all pretty great...
  9. kyteflyer

    If you love Wildlife…

    Here’s a website worth visiting: The Robert Fuller Gallery Ltd and if you are from Yorkshire you may be even more interested :) Yes, its a shop front, but its also got a blog, a link to Robert’s youtube channel and his gallery, and trust me, he is a hugely talented man. There are also...
  10. gordo

    Video - David Yarrow on how he does wildlife photography

    Watching some photo videos yesterday (after viewing the Fiona Lark vid), this popped up in the recommendations. I found it interesting, and a bit funny in a couple spots.
  11. bilzmale

    Wildlife Comedy Photo Awards.

    These are hilarious. https://petapixel.com/2019/09/12/comedy-wildlife-photography-awards-finalists-prove-that-nature-has-a-sense-of-humor/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+PetaPixel+%28PetaPixel%29
  12. Velvia

    Mountain and Desert Scapes

    Over Thanksgiving I traveled down US395 and the Eastern Sierras, visited ancient thousand-year-old Bristlecone Pines, desert zoos, plus Joshua Tree NP. Some images: DSCF5161-BristleConePineForest by efchan, on Flickr Ancient Bristlecone Pine exudes lots of character by efchan, on Flickr...
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