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Nice - very colourful!

Visited the Sydney Botanic Gardens yesterday evening, and came across the most incredibly tame wild flock of cockatoos I've ever seen, feeding on fallen seeds. Lost a (full) memory card while crawling around on my belly amongst them Frown but gained an amazing experience.





This inquisitive fellow was particularly fascinated with the strange bird behind the glass.





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melekzek wrote:
hey, if nobody else is posting, i can keep going with the puppy pictures, thats pretty much what I shoot these days anyhow...

Keep 'em coming... there's no such thing as too many puppy photos, especially when he/she is such a cutie pie Cool


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Geat point of view! Cockatoos are wonderful birds.
Too bad about losng all those pix and that memory card.


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Wow, you look like you were really in there faces with that perspective. thats amazing to get that close to just about any animal.

i really like the sort of out of focus shot where the bird looks like he came up to your lens to have a look inside.


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pico23 wrote:
Wow, you look like you were really in there faces with that perspective. thats amazing to get that close to just about any animal.

i really like the sort of out of focus shot where the bird looks like he came up to your lens to have a look inside.

Yeah - mostly they just completely ignored me, except to perhaps hop a few steps out of the way as I crawled through. Most of the pics are from less than 30 cm - I had to clean a streak off my UV filter from the last guy. Beautiful (and intelligent) creatures.


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Taken recently during a massive lightning storm in town.


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sidd wrote:
Taken recently during a massive lightning storm in town.

ditto




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well done to you both..


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Had an amazing five days in yellowstone and the tetons. Here are a few of the photos. More on my website, http://www.knowchaos.com/photos/thumbnails.php?album=lastup&cat=0

And I will have a smugmug gallery for prints up in the next couple weeks.












































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Nice work Wes. Love the wolf shots.

Some from my minor adventure this weekend...my first hike in 6 mos (although I've been mountain biking for about 2 weeks now). my knee is a bit sore but felt good while hiking. realistically, i should be doing hard trails in less then 6 weeks and perhaps climbing by the late summer....yay!!!!






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From Saturday:

First time testing the new camera and the 2.8 80-200 together outside the house.

Tracking these fellows isn't easy as they run the course at about 20ft/sec or for American football fans it's about a 6.5sec 40Y. But for perpective imagine at combines the players had to jump hurdles, run through tunnels, climb ladders, ramps, cut tight corners, and weave during that 40, and the 40 lasted about 45 seconds. Basically I'm saying this is faster then any professional human sport and a great way to test out the capabilities of a camera.









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City Faerie



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nicepics, wes! But they are fucking slow to load...!


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Yeah, my host can be kinda slow sometimes, but it is cheap with lot's of space and bandwidth.

Here are a few from RMNP. You can see more on my site http://www.knowchaos.com/...umbnails.php?album=9 and I have some prints for sale on my smugmug site http://radicalangles.smugmug.com/Nature














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I fimally figured out how to put a picture into a post. Thought I would keep this thread going.




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A few recent ones from a paddling trip with my Dad.










From my annual birthday trek to beer fest in Montreal with the family:

This one I was ridiculed for the mini tripod but no one complained about the end result.










And a few more from the Albany series:

All three taken with a truly off brand Arax 35mm Tilt and Shift. Honestly one of the best value lenses I have ever owned, and SOOOO much fun to use, and I've only scratched the surface of it.






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Fun series Pico, that tilt-shift lens is something!


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An angry pig. This was a close call!




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Here's a pic one of my buddies took of me while I was working. Took a minute to realize it was me.
I had to edit the thing a half dozen times to get
it the right size to post it, but here it is.


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Had a day trip out to Niagara Falls the other day. Man that's a lot of water!



The Maid of the Mist, looking like a child's bathtub toy against Horseshoe Falls (it actually carries 200+ people):



... and some seriously cute squirrels!





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Nice work with Niagara from the Canadian side.

I'll be back out there myself in a few days but here are two past shots from 2001ish shot on Provia or Kodak Elite Chrome 100.

Looks like you were there in mid day light which is even more impressive...I will probably also be there fairly early this time which has me worried.






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Nice!

... yeah, it was very close to midday, on a bus tour. Just enough time to take a ride on the Maid, run up to Horseshoe falls and snap a few frames, and then it was off again. All handheld, which can be touch-and-go for panoramas, but I'm getting better!


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