Tom Lusk

Lives in Canada 1000 Islands, Ontario, CANADA, Canada
Joined on Aug 21, 2005

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  • Submitted a challenge entry BARRED OWL DPR (2)
    A Barred Owl shows how it got its name while fluffing up its feathers to help ward off the cold.
    Placed 17th in the challenge. A Barred Owl shows how it got its name while fluffing up its feathers to help ward off the cold.
  • Submitted a challenge entry CHIPMUNK LOVE DPR
    Whispering 'sweet nothings' in her ear?
    Placed 8th in the challenge. Whispering 'sweet nothings' in her ear?
  • Submitted a challenge entry GREAT BLACK WASP AND KATYDID 1000P
    A Great Black Wasp carries a Katydid to her nest. The Katydid is paralyzed but very much alive. It will be placed in a compartment containing a wasp egg. When the egg hatches, the still-alive Katydid will become the grub's first meal.  
Nature at its most gruesome?
    Placed 4th in the challenge. A Great Black Wasp carries a Katydid to her nest. The Katydid is paralyzed but very much alive. It will be placed in a compartment containing a wasp egg. When the egg hatches, the still-alive Katydid will become the grub's first meal. Nature at its most gruesome?
  • Submitted a challenge entry BLACK-THROATED BLUE WARBLER REFLECTION.
    A male Black-throated Blue Warbler stops for a drink at a puddle on his way south, giving a nice reflection.
    Placed 42nd in the challenge. A male Black-throated Blue Warbler stops for a drink at a puddle on his way south, giving a nice reflection.
  • No. no! We always skinned em, lathered em up with bear grease (just dip yer finger in the jar, and rubbem all over)  and slow-roasted em on a stick over an open fire. Brings back fond memories of ...
  • That kind of statement just makes me shake my head and wonder who this type of marketing is directed at. Old hippies? Abstract artists? Spoken word poets?
  • This bird is actually an Australian White Ibis.  Not shy at all. They have reached the nuisance stage in many parts of Australia. They are called bin chickens for a reason! :-D
  • It was the best selling ILC at Map Camera earlier this year. I may not be remembering correctly, but wasn't that just one store, for one month - April- when the K3-lll first was available?
  • I believe the point he was making is that your AF cannot keep locked on the subject - it doesn't matter if you have 2 frames/sec or 200 frames/sec.
  • Oh boy - this should be interesting...
  • Come on now. I believe the OP is a pseudo wedding photographer. Have some compassion... ;-)  :-D
  • The conclusion: However, that high launch price remains a serious stumbling block. Quite simply, you can buy other cameras that are better all-rounders for rather less money. So while the Pentax ...
  • They have "gone close" - close to the 5-year-old D500 in some regards. Nikon and the other manufacturers haven't stopped (and won't stop) improving their AF.
  • Some nice cacti there! My wife has a collection of mini-versions. Question - isn't a tombstone garden usually referred to as a cemetery?
  • I'm not sure how 4/3 and micro 4/3 came into this thread. I must have missed it. Canon is pushing 4/3 or micro 4/3? Most sales at present in the mirrorless realm are APSC or FF - especially when ...
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