Daily Photo – Bee On The Job for Bee Thursday
May 15, 2014
I shot this in one of my daily hikes. Spring is just an exciting time for me, this is when our buggy friends come out to enjoy the weather and feast on different kinds of flowers and plants. Like this Bee who was really working on that flower.
March 5, 2014
Flamingos at the National Zoo. The Zoo exhibits flamingos from the Caribbean region. They are sometimes called American, Caribbean, or Greater Flamingo.
Black and White Photo of a Seagull In Flight
February 3, 2012
Canon EOS 40D with Canon EF 70-200mm F/4L IS USM Lens. Lightroom 3.6. Download Hi-Res | Buy Print To be honest this is the first photo I took this year, really busy with work. Good thing a had a chance to go out for a couple of hours and relax that day, and I took […]
Learn to Anticipate and Capture Amazing Wildlife Action Photos
September 30, 2011
Taken with a 70-200mm F/4L IS USM Lens. ISO 200, 200mm, 1/400, F/10, Aperture Priority. One great tool in capturing beautiful live actions shots is anticipation. A good knowledge of your subjects behavior can greatly help you capture amazing photos. When you learned how and when your subject will do sorts of things you can […]
When Photographing Wildlife, Look For Something That Tells A Story
September 28, 2011
Taken with a 70-200mm F/4L IS USM Lens. ISO 400, 200mm, 1/200, F/4, Aperture Priority. Photographing wildlife at the local zoo can be really fun and exciting and at the same time challenging and frustrating. Why? First off at the zoo photographers have to overcome some barriers and obstructions that limits the photographers ability to […]
Wildlife Photos On Flickr Explore.
October 6, 2010
Be One With Nature. There are Beautiful Creatures Around You.
April 23, 2010
The world is full of beautiful creatures, you can take photos of wildlife just about anywhere. You can go to a local pond, parks or even a local river near you and take photos of ducks and birds.
The BeetleCam Project
April 21, 2010
Created by brothers Will and Matt Burrard-Lucas, they hoped this would allow them to get close to dangerous or shy African wildlife without putting themselves at risk.
Wildlife from the Backyard
March 27, 2010
Welcome Spring 2010-17, originally uploaded by sweetspot@f8. Take a moment each day, relax and observed in your backyard. You don’t have to go anywhere to look for great subjects to photograph. Just grab your camera, a chair, a cup of coffee and wait, you’ll be surprise that there are lots of things going on.