Hey 'grats man! Lovely picture of lovely little baby girl.
+1 congratulations to you on your new addition!
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Probably using the full latitude of the film. (Some mixture of dusty print, dusty negative, and the darn spotting pens don't really work on the resin-coated paper...)
F5 - AF-S 16-35mm f/4G VR - Ilford HP5+
So dark when this was taken, I could not actually see the folks running except for the LED's on the one runner in the image.
1/6 sec, f/6.3 ISO 10,000 D4, 16-35mm f/4 VR Nikkor at 18mm, C servo 9 pt, 5 FPS
Regulator, nice composition and patterns in the cabin image.
I've been gone a few days missed so many great shots! I'm jealous that Squamish has found so many eagles to play with.
Mockingbird vs bittersweet..
Decided to go with a real closeup crop
Mine for today...mountain sunrise in Western North Carolina
Nikon D700 | Nikkor 24-70 f/2.8 | 1.6 f/22 | ISO 400
As PB PM said above...truly impressive photographs all!
Here's a Sand Hill Crane that visits the neighborhood occasionally. It had just pulled its head out of the grass as little bits of earth can be seen falling from its beak.
D800, Zeiss 100mm Makro-Planar T* ZF .2 @ f/2 ; 1/750sec ; ISO 100
Thanks everyone for the kind words. :) And yes, the silence has surely been broken in our household since she's arrived, lol.
Teagan on a huge clock set at her birth time.
Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8 - 24mm
PB, incredible about the Sand Hill Crane. The closest I have ever been is about 150 yards. Now as for wild turkeys, that is different.
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