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Okreb

Lives in United States Palm Beach County, Florida, United States
Works as a Author of 'Brain Surgery Self Taught'
Joined on Jul 3, 2007
About me:

E-M1, m75-300mm, E-30, E-510, 12-60mm, 50-200mm,m75-300, m12-50, m40-150mm, 70-300mm, 50mm f/2 macro, 14-42mm, EC-14 TC,EC-20 TC, FL-50, OM2, OM 50mm f/1.4, OM 28mm f/2, OM 75-150mm, Vivitar 70-150mm, OM Adapter, Feisol 3401 CF Tripod, Jobu Gimbal Head, Bogen Manfrotto 488RC2 Ball Head, Better Beamer, Epson P-2000

Okreb's recent activity

  • Beautiful series, Peter. Your Darter is appears very similar to the male Florida Anhinga. The neck of the female Anhinga is brown, male is black.
  • I pulled a muscle in my right arm so no new images this week. Here are a few from one year ago in Wakodahatchee Wetlands, all made with the E-M1 and the 75-300mm lens, ISO 200. Great Egret in ...
  • Peter, great series, especially with the extreme crops. Your combo produces fine results.
  • Nice series at Wako. The place is teeming this time of year. I see you were there on Friday. I was there on Thursday.
  • Thanks, Bob. I was contemplating getting either the 300/f4 or the pany 100-400 but am holding off for the present because the 75-300 copy I have is very good and the images it is producing is fine. ...
  • Wakodahatchee Wetlands here in south Florida is loaded with nests and nestlings. Great Egrets, Great Blue Herons, Wood Storks, Tricolored Herons all nesting. The Egrets  are very numerous but ...
  • Just a few few from this week in Wakodahatchee Wetlands. All images made with the E-M1 and the 75-300 mm lens, ISO 400. Glossy Ibis. 1/800, F/6.3, -0.3 EV, 228mm. I just love the colors that occur ...
  • Thanks for your nice comment. All today's images were made at the Wakodahatchee Wetlands, west of Delray Beach. Wakodahatchee is a man-made wetland and is great this time of year, with many ...
  • Nice shots, Pam, taken with my very first digital camera, the E-510. I loved tis camera and still own it.
  • As usual, this week's images all made with the E-M1 and the 75-300mm lens, ISO 400. Looking into a Great Blue Heron nest. I was able to get my lens into position in the lower left corner of the ...
  • Peter, lovely series. The 7Dii and the  100-400 does a nice job. Good combo.
  • The Purple Swamphen is a fairly new addition to the bird species found here in southern Florida and some other areas in the USA. Here is the North American version of the Swamphen.
  • Paul, many thanks for your kind remarks. Yes, the GBH swallowed it whole - one piece head first.
  • Here are a few images made at Wakodahatchee Wetlands here in South Florida. All captures made with E-M1 and the 75-300mm lens, ISO 200. Cattle Egret. 1/1250, f/7.1, 85mm. Great Blue Heron with the ...
  • Many thanks for your aid in identifying the Greater Yellowlegs. My original thought was the same as yours but was unsure.
  • Nice series, Bob. The Avocet and the Night Heron are my favorites.
  • Dennis, I like your Pelican images. Nice series. The Cockatoo images were spoiled by the bad lighting, unfortunately.
  • Pretty images, especially of the 2 BIF.
  • The images I am posting this week were made at the Peaceful Waters Wetlands in Wellington, FL. All made with the E-M1 and the 75-300mm lens at ISO 400. Lesser Yellowlegs. 1/800, f/6.4, +0.7 EV, 246mm.
  • You have captured a very nice series. The images appear sharp. Why don't you crop the photos and bring the resulting larger images to the front, filling up the frame?
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