*** This Week Through YOUR m4/3 2014.04.19 ***

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Wormsmeat
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*** This Week Through YOUR m4/3 2014.04.19 ***

Good morning everyone...

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  • Keep it polite.
  • If you find someone else's work interesting, leave a comment.
  • Newbies welcome.
  • Photographs do not have to have been taken this week.
  • Images are often more impressive when viewed large.

***PLEASE NOTE***

We will start Part 2 of this thread before this one is full. At around 90/150 posts.

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  • It will prevents the tail-enders on Part 1 getting no comments at all.
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  • When Part 2 has been launched, post all new photographs to that.
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Wormsmeat
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Worker Ants.
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oeoek Contributing Member • Posts: 500
Re: half way spring
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chrisjjb
chrisjjb Contributing Member • Posts: 502
Trip to zoo with GX7 and Panny 45-200
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Trip to the zoo... good day for it. All handheld shots. Aperture priority with f7.1 and fixed ISO

Rhino enclosure...beautfiul light

The only monkey in the enclosure without its junk out

missed the tail and the eye is just OOF but still nice

My 2 animals

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Wormsmeat
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Jalywol - pls amend...

The date on the 'This Week' thread. Concentrated on getting the body of the message right that I forgot the header

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Wormsmeat
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A point for all those...

that noticed I deliberately forgot to amend the date on the thread title this week. Well done.

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Wormsmeat
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Re: half way spring

Nice pics but please post to the thread's title.

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jalywol
jalywol Veteran Member • Posts: 7,461
A surprise visitor
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I was out in the yard today with the dogs, and they suddenly ran to the gate and started barking at something.  I looked down the driveway, and there was this elegant dude, walking around by my car.

I bolted into the house, grabbed the camera and ran out the front door to try and catch a few images.  Of course, the lens that was on the camera was too short, so after a couple of shots, I ran back in, put on the 100-300mm and zipped back out.  My visitor had disappeared into my neighbor's front yard at that point, but I was able to catch up to within about 40 feet of him....but then he skittered away ahead.  I followed him for a few more minutes until he vanished into some brush in another neighbor's yard.

Who knew that pheasants had a hankering to visit suburbia?!

Some more shots from this week....Mt Ida Falls, not far from where I live (you can only see them really well when the trees are bare, so this was an opportune time to visit them.

The marsh shot was taken on a VERY, VERY windy day....that poor redwing was trying to keep from being blown off his cattail perch by using his wings for balance against the gale!

And a few happy dog shots (new tennis ball!).

sinkas Senior Member • Posts: 1,188
Tasmania week 2 - Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park

Following on from last week our journey around Tasmania continues. This post find us at Cradle Mountain which forms the northern end of the wild Cradle Mt - Lake St Clair National Park, itself a part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.

We were fortunate to get a clear day as this is a rare event at this location.

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Wormsmeat
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Re: Trip to zoo with GX7 and Panny 45-200

Good work. Difficult to make zoo pics not look like zoo pics.

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jalywol
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Re: Jalywol - pls amend...

Done

Wormsmeat
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Re: A surprise visitor

Nice when a walking photo op is delivered to your door.

I like #4 too. Something about the shape that the visible water makes. And I'm jealous of the colour of the long grass you regularly shoot in #5.

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Wormsmeat
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Re: Jalywol - pls amend...

Great work.

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yyr
yyr Senior Member • Posts: 7,684
Re: A surprise visitor

jalywol wrote:

These reed shots that you do are just wonderful. Pure simplicity & beauty every time.

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Yaelle
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yyr
yyr Senior Member • Posts: 7,684
Re: Tasmania week 2 - Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park

I really like these - it looks like a beautiful place. I'm glad you didnt use an ND filter on the waterfall 

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yyr
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Re: Worker Ants.

I love the mist (in photos) and although the last is the most striking for colour and composition I think I like the 4th best for the atmosphere it creates.

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yyr
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Re: Trip to zoo with GX7 and Panny 45-200
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That last is a photo to cherish!

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yyr
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Seeing Double & other stories
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My favourite this week...

I did all the shots in this post at the Tate last Sunday, inside and outside. I only took abou 8/10 photos of people but when I put them up on the computer I was struck by the degree to which the images were composed around  strong geometrical elements. It was unconscious and interesting to realise.

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sinkas Senior Member • Posts: 1,188
Re: Tasmania week 2 - Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park

yyr wrote:

I really like these - it looks like a beautiful place. I'm glad you didnt use an ND filter on the waterfall

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Yaelle
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Thanks, the Park is rather special and I wouldn't be game to use an ND filter after someone's previous post! Your first photo in particular is very compelling / captivating.

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klythawk
klythawk Regular Member • Posts: 484
Nature mix
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Greylag posing with a mouthful........GH3/100-300mm

Glasswing resting........EM1/60mm macro

Great Crested Grebe........GH3/100-300mm

Thanks for looking, enjoy the Easter holiday, John.

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