First in space now last place
white shadow: Those travelling to Australia with this camera are sure to have their camera confisticated to be destroyed if they forget to declare it.
In Australia, they are very paranoid of allowing anything made of wood to pass through without quarantine.
Good luck if you have one.
I might just have a squizz over Barry's shouler
dannyboy5400: I am laughing so hard I can barely breath.
Me too, I'm reading it all again for the second time, and its the best laugh in a long time.
Sir Corey of Deane: Buckingham Palace could use them for their O.B.N.* awards.
* Order of the Brown Nose.
I guess we all love photography, this morning l just wasn't ready for the fabulous humour one can derive from a critical analysis - thank you
Hi Jill, hope you don't mind a correction, but here goes.If this shot was taken in Tasmania the plant is Richea pandanifolia, that is to say Richea 'pandus like folage'. The Richeas which grow in Tasmania are dicotyledons while the pandanus, which can be found in northern Australia are in the monocotyledon group of plants more closley related to grasses and such. Regardless, hope you enjoyed your trip to Twilight Tarn - it's a lovely neck of the woods. Cheers
same comment as below - nice one
could be eggs?? at least the bubbles look like bubbles - nice shot
Computer generated image of shoulder / breast with a back p[ack type strap over the shoulder? if not I'm stumped! interesting nonetheless.
I have almost an identical shot. I won't say what it is for now - l'll sit on it - Happy shooting
After installing firmware upgrade 1.5 the humming is gone until such time as you are about to take a shot i.e. while you half prees the shutter to focus. Nonetheless, an improvement on that continual hum.It would be interesting to know if it has any measurable effect on marginally extending battery life.
P.S. Nice macro on the 12-50 lens
Hi Andrea, this to my eye is a beautiful fabulous shot. keep up the good work and all the best from Hobart Tasmania
real nice shot (I would have cropped out some behind the bike) well done
This is a really appealing shot. I reckon one of the best in this challenge - well done, keep it up.
Good shot of wildlife interacting within the human made world in which they find themselves. The drips make all the difference - thanks for telling the story
Great composition & exposure
A beautifully caught moment of an eagle looking right at you. In shots like this I would like to think the eagle is not looking at the camera but communicating with the operator. Well done
A well thought out and executed shot.Simple very interesting composition.I'd say a ripper shot.Thanks & well done
Well done, a beautiful creation
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