eenymac

eenymac

Lives in United Kingdom Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Works as a Security Systems Manager
Joined on Jan 12, 2009

eenymac's recent activity

  • I'd been thinking of getting a full frame body, primarily for landscapes, so will be interested to see what the Pentax offering is like when released.  If I should win the lottery, I'll also get ...
  • A sunset shot from my balcony yesterday evening, looking out over the edge of town.  Had to quickly stick the camera on the tripod before the deep colours changed and the moment was lost. Thought I ...
  • I see SRS in the UK now have the 150-450mm lens listed for pre-order with availability stated as early March 2015.  Look forward to seeing some hands on reviews shortly afterwards. :)
  • Thanks for that link phoenix15. That sure does look like a big lens when mounted on the K3.  I do like the idea of those AF buttons on the lens barrel too, quite a good concept and I can imagine ...
  • Replied in American Mink
    Thanks for the comments folks. :) I think this wee fella has become accustomed to seeing me and another photographer than hangs out at the same spot, and has decided we are not a threat.  As a ...
  • Created discussions American Mink
    My favourite shot of 2015 so far :) Sat watching the Mink again the weekend before last.  He was out in front of me for about 15 minutes, catching fish and carrying a couple up to his den.  Came ...
  • Great shot! It's events like these that can keep a smile on your face all day. :)
  • Thanks They are listed as pests here in the UK but I don't report them.  They are very partial to another introduced pest, the American Signal Crayfish, and sure do eat a lot of them, so there is ...
  • Created discussions Sneaky wee Mink
    I was sitting in my usual spot Back on December 30th and after a couple of very quiet hours decided to pack up and move elsewhere.  Just as I stood up I thought I saw movement just below where I ...
  • The last first light and frosty morning shot from my usual area at Marsworth Reservoir.
  • Hahahaha!  I am in the same boat as you.  Credit card itching to be let out, but then I think about the additional costs of a new tripod to support it as well, plus having just had to spend £3K on ...
  • Great shots as always! Sounds like an interesting location you are living in,  The "garden birds" sure are interesting. :) Ian.
  • Very nice! Always like watching the herons fishing.  Last shot of the little one is a cracker with the reflection. Ian.
  • Created discussions Oh, Deer!
    Up very early and joined a fellow local photographer for a drive up to Richmond Park to go see the Deer on Sunday. A very misty / foggy and damp start but it soon started clearing. Found it quite ...
  • I do occasionally try a lower or higher perspective, depending on the view.  Interesting / spectacular clouds for instance, or some nice foreground detail. To be honest, I haven't really done much ...
  • Been using the TC a lot and it's a cracker. I rarely go out without the DA*300, 1.4 and 1.7 TC's, they all work so well together.  I'll be back there again soon I think to try and get shots of the ...
  • Aaaah!  The wee cow was a real cutie, couldn't resist a shot or two. Ian.
  • I can't believe it's been so long since I went down there.  It's spurred me on to visit again and explore further along the Grand Union Canal, which I used to walk for miles many years ago. I'll ...
  • Replied in K3 in the fog
    Fantastic images!
  • Created discussions First frost of the year
    Last Sunday the forecast was for a clear and bright start, so I planned an early start and a visit to Boxmoor Common, on the edge of town. It's about 2 miles as the crow flies from home but I ...
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