Ed at Ridersite

Ed at Ridersite

Lives in United States United States
Has a website at http://aehass.zenfolio.com/
Joined on Nov 26, 2007
About me:

Sony A-77 (11/3/2011)
Sony RX-100M2 (since 7/25/2013)
Sony a-100 (12/25/2006)
18-70mm f3.5-f5.6
50mm f1.7 Minolta (since 1/11/2008)
50mm f1.4 Minolta (since 2008)
18-250mm f3.5-6.3 Sony (since 1/11/2008)
28-135 f4-f.4 Minolta (since 3/2/2009)
35-70mm f4 Macro Minolta (since 1/12/2009)
70-210mm f4 Minolta (Beercan) (since 1/16/2008)
70-400mm f4-5.6 G2 Sony (since 8/7/2013)
75-300mm f4.5-5.6 Minolta (Big Beercan) (since 3/7/2008)
50-500mm f4-6.3 Sigma (Bigma) (since 3/18/2008)


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Chipping Sparrow out backAmerican Robin over the shoulderUgly male Northern CardinalMale Northern Cardinal in the briarsEastern Chipmunk on a rotting stumpRed Fox looking rightSame Eastern Chipmunk as ten days agoDSC03655 - Fort Rosecrans National CemeteryMale Eastern Bluebird standing tallRed Fox - 1600Red-shouldered Hawk - eye to eyeRed Fox - looking healthyMale Northern Cardinal-2Doe resting in leavesEastern BluebirdNorthern Mockingbird on dead foliageMale Northern CardinalMale House Finch on ice coated branchCarolina ChickadeeDark-eyed Junco on sleetEastern Gray Squirrel with a nutSunset through the trees 11-6-2013Male Northern Flicker portraitEuropean StarlingCarolina Wren singing on snowMantis nymph on the edgeFox through hole in underbrushWhite-throated SparrowMale Pileated Woodpecker in OakHeron - Great BlueCoopers Hawk - beakCarolina Chickadee looking sharpCarolina Chickadee chirpingRuby-throated Hummingbird - femaleHeron in deep waterAmerican Robin on Thin BranchPainted Turtle following a hard winterPalm Warbler with new bloomsNorthern Mockingbird framedRed Fox in a clearingIris with dew dropsOotheca - and Mantis nymphsDamselfly on railing - 1600Ruby-throated Hummingbird - female1Song Sparrow- 16x9Crater Lake just before sunrise July 11Tufted Titmouse - 7 FahrenheitsOak leaf floating on Links Pond-bWoodpecker - Pileated male