eenymac

eenymac

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

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  • 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 ...
  • Thanks Miles That 2nd shot seems very popular.  I have already printed 2 A3 copies for colleagues at work who want it hanging on the wall at home! Ian.
  • Thanks for the comments folks :) Not managed to get back there yet, pesky work get's in the way of photo opportunities! In the meantime, I had a play and did a nice sepia conversion of the 2nd ...
  • I was out before sunrise this morning to go see the deer at Ashridge Forest, just up the road from home.  Walking from the car in the dark I could see deer passing across the tree lined avenue ...
  • On the long zoom, I was guessing the switches would be: 1. Auto / manual focusing 2. Focus limiter 3. Focus ring lock - to avoid creep / extension when carrying
  • Thank you John. I can sit for hours in a peaceful and calm state just watching all the creatures that come and go around me.  I even talk to the Robins! :) Ian
  • The little creatures recognise us Pentaxians as mellow and harmless souls.  We're not out to scare them with enormous(e) white lenses! ;)
  • Hello Walt The juvenile Kingfishers from the last brood seem to have left, probably chased away by the adults to go establish their own territory, so it's a bit quieter down the hole right now. The ...
  • Yes, very close.  It was about 1.5 metres away from me.  They are usually very skittish but I guess it got bolder the longer I sat there.
  • Created discussions Bank Vole - Cuteness Alert!
    Was up for the sunrise as usual this morning.  Looked pleasant out so off I went to the usual spot to see what the Kingfishers were up to.  Unfortunately they were very elusive today but as I ...
  • I never bothered with trying any video using a Pentax DSLR until a few weeks ago.  Prior to that I'd always used my Panasonic FZ200.  However, having shot a couple of clips of a Kingfisher perched ...
  • Nice set. :) I always liked Savannah, the old colonial buildings and Spanish Moss covered trees.  We used to pass through on a detour down to Florida every year so we could stop off at the Tybee ...
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