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Rich Z

Rich Z

Lives in United States Humboldt, NW California, CA, United States
Joined on Dec 2, 2006

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  • Replied in Panoramas
    A couple of glasses of Cabernet Sauvignon last night with dinner, Andrew, just enough to relax me.  When I post an older pano I must go back and look at what I did to describe it here.  My ...
  • Replied in Panoramas
    This one six panels, three stacked on three.  Shot across Humboldt Bay under a buttermilk sky in January, 2019.  Made with the late M5.1 and ZD 9-18 at 9mm.  Rich
  • Very nice work, Jim.  These are beautiful.  The first is better than beautiful.  The light, clouds and rainbow are great.  Rich
  • That's right, Charlotte.  They will poop in their food and trample it into the mud.  It's not cruel, the cows stick their heads through the grates voluntarily, and they leave when they want to.  ...
  • Replied in For Rich
    Southern Hemisphere, you know, Charlotte.  Things hang differently down there.  You ought to see....never mind.  Rich
  • Replied in For Rich
    It looks like there are a lot of freeboobers bouncing around New Zealand, Jim. Were you there for the unveiling? Rich
  • These are about five miles from the beach, WhyNot.  The constant breeze almost always comes onshore.  You can have some control over what you smell.  Of course, I'm out there for birds and they ...
  • Replied in Greetings!
    Nice to see Jake, and you, too, Craig. Waiting here, too.  I got flower deprivation dyspepsia and had to cheat and go to the garden center.  Rich
  • I wonder what strikes you as cruel about this scene, Dave. Other than they are being fattened for slaughter. They are being fed all they want to eat and when they are full they walk into the ...
  • Thanks, Charlotte.  I agree.  I enjoy making wide angle skies.  I find that when I get wider than 12mm the effect with the right sky is to appear to wrap the sky over the POV. This one is six ...
  • My guess is they're eating alfalfa seeds, Andrew. These cattle are beef and taken out of pasture to feed heavily for a few months before slaughter. Not sure what they do with the birds. I have been ...
  • They graze in pasture most of their lives, Roy.  At this farm, they are heavily feeding the cattle for a few months before slaughter.  The dairy cattle graze in pasture all of their lives and are ...
  • Replied in * some more *
    Very nice pictures, Roy.  You live in a great place for pictures of nature.  Rich
  • I thought of Andrew when I drove past this scene.  I went here to chase hawks, but they are gone and won't return until The Fall.  Charlotte is likely sitting on eggs by now. I remembered what ...
  • Replied in Cove Harbour
    What a great place, Dave.  I like the stone houses.  They look like they can strand up to the worst The North Sea can throw at them.  I wonder if the traps are for crabs, lobsters, or ...
  • I like it, Dale.  I'm thinking about that lens.  Snowflakes are not as convenient for me here on The Redwood Coast as they are for you, but I want it for flower macros.  Rich
  • Nice catches, WhyNot.  It must be nice to sit in a chair, sipping coffed, and have them come to you. Sorry your Panny 100-300 quit on you.  I got lots of good pictures with mine, but the focus ring ...
  • Thanks, WhyNot.  I thought the dark area added to the composition.  Rich
  • Very nice photography, Al.  I like #6 best, it's a great picture.  Rich
  • Replied in Hockey
    Thanks, Andrew.  Now I understand a little better.  The last time I left my socks behind was when I saw a mountain lion.  Rich
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