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hoopoe with spider

Flying Kiss 17

Texas Valley Yellow-throated Warbler November 2012

Swallow-tailed Hummingbird (Eupetomena macroura)

Northern Bobwhite

Collared Kingfisher

Red-headed Honeyeater

Love is: giving her some shade...


Dexterous fisherman

common kingfisher 물총새

How to be a Tourist in Your Own City and Capture Remarkable Photos

Many years ago, I was in Manaus, the humid, bustling city in the heart of the Brazilian Amazon. There I was chatting with a local guy and asked him …

How to Draw a Person Standing

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Down the hatch II

Crested Tit

Streaked Spiderhunter (Arachnothera magna magna)

Lilac-breasted Roller (Coracias caudatus) killing and eating a scorpion by Mark Warrillow-Thomson.

Jingle bells Seasons Greeting My Dear Friends My best from the first Costa Rica trip with my daughter Sandra; organized by my friend Raymond. We had wonderful 5 days; when you are closely connected to nature, you just don't notice the time passing by. End of the trip we felt the time ran out too fast, like someone had pressed the fast forward button. When you are doing things you like the most, it’s always the same feeling. The challenge was getting this beauty in action; and because of their tiny size and crazy speed, it’s really not that easy. I dint want to use any external lights either. Getting one in action itself is a tough task and I was dreaming about an interaction between two of these fairies. It was a real test for my patience, concentration and most importantly the prompt action - eye - mind - hand coordination. I spent almost half a day to get this moment and this is the only interaction I got from that trip. I have used a higher aperture to get both the beauties in focus. As I mentioned earlier, no external lights or flash was used for this shoot. I completely relied on the available natural light and managed the light through camera settings. Fiery-throated Hummingbird Nikon D4, Nikkor 400 2.8 ISO 2000, f10, 1/800

Happy Happy New Year 2014!

Lightroom How To - One Tip and One Trick - Digital Photography School

en_US<p>article<p>Lightroom How To - One Tip and One Trick - two videos by Matt Kloskowski LR …

The flight of the Golden Heron.