Discussion in 'Photo Challenges and Assignments' started by MarcusL, Feb 1, 2018.
That is correct. Also known as water lens which is high-protein food source. Ducks love them
Oh, thank you. That is really interesting. It did cover the entire dam and looked as though it would not permit sunlight to travel through it, but I wouldn't know about such things
** and thanks also @LionSpeed
Canon 7D, 100-400
1/1250s, f/5, ISO 800 at 100mm
Hogganfield Loch Glasgow
X-E2 and 50-230@162mm f10 1/200 iso400
Canon 40D, 100-400
Such a beautiful image of the swans, trainer! Definitely frame-worthy.
Thanks Bill. I was just lucky with the way the swans aligned each to the other. Better to be lucky than good. Happy shooting.
Got an Itch
Fuji X-T1, ISO 800, 1/320ss, aperture priority, +0.7 Exposure Compensation, 18-55mm lens, f 7.1 at a focal length of 42mm
Marin County, CA, X-T2, 35mm f1.4
Kichijoji Park Tokyo Japan
X-E2 and 27mm f5 1/500 iso200
Letting off excess pressure.
LX 100 ISO 200 1/200s f6.3 30mm
On the River
Fuji X-T2, ISO 200, 1/210ss, aperture priority, -0.3 Exposure Compensation, 18-55mm lens, f 10.0 at a focal length of 18mm
Accotink Creek between Lake Accotink and Old Keene Mill Road, Fairfax County, Virginia
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A much less beautiful day on the Wisconsin River, near the power plant at Portage.