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Old 07-04-2022, 05:21 AM   #681
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Old 07-04-2022, 05:35 AM   #682
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I just had 3 photos published in (online) Landscape Photography Magazine.
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Old 07-04-2022, 06:42 AM   #683
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Old 07-06-2022, 11:35 AM   #686
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Black crowned night heron seen on today's hike

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Wow. Love the Cadillac Mtn shot. Will be up there again in September.
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[QUOTE=Ronstar;2797068]Black crowned night heron seen on today's hike

Do you have to carry a long lens to capture birds like that, presumably from a distance?

When I've hiked, there have been little lizards flitting in and out of the path or trail I was on but you couldn't get close enough with a walking around lens to get a real tight shot before they'd scurry away.
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Congrats and WELL deserved, DrRoy!
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DW snapped this pic from the kitchen window with her iPhone
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Do you have to carry a long lens to capture birds like that, presumably from a distance?

When I've hiked, there have been little lizards flitting in and out of the path or trail I was on but you couldn't get close enough with a walking around lens to get a real tight shot before they'd scurry away.
Yes I always have my 150-600mm on the camera while hiking. Sometimes in a backpack, but usually I carry it by hand on easy trails. Lately I've been using a monopod that I have strapped to the backpack. I have a quick release ball head on the monopod so that I can mount the camera quickly.
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Great pictures to all of you and thanks for sharing them!

Ronstar, the mom and her twins are a great picture! Tell your wife she did great!! I haven't seen a fawn yet this spring not sure why, but I haven't. The lion, coyotes/wolf are plentiful, or it is just all the cover we have this year.
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I brought back one of those sticks they sell to tourists in Hawaii. I've been caring for this plumeria tree ever since.
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A little yoga in the morning. I believe it is called a tree pose.

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