ianw2

Lives in Australia Quindalup, Australia
Has a website at ianwiese.wordpress.com
Joined on Jun 5, 2009

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  • Submitted a challenge entry _DSC5824
    Manhattan Aug 2014
    Placed 21st in the challenge. Manhattan Aug 2014
  • Submitted a challenge entry bloodmoon
    The smoke haze from prescribed burning enhanced the red color of the moon above the Busselton Jetty. This time of the year is the only time the moon rises far enough north to take the photo.
    Placed 6th in the challenge. The smoke haze from prescribed burning enhanced the red color of the moon above the Busselton Jetty. This time of the year is the only time the moon rises far enough north to take the photo.
  • http://elektrotanya.com/nikon_d40_sm.pdf/download.html Perhaps the service manual will help.
  • Commented on photo Surfing dolphins in the Mammals up close and personal challenge

    Thank you barb_s. The dolphins cruise up and down the coast foraging. They regularly mix with surfers and when the conditions are right, they will surf the waves. It definitely appears to be for...

  • Commented on photo Surfing dolphins in the Mammals up close and personal challenge

    Thank you everyone. If you want to see more dolphin shots see my blog at ianwiese.wordpress.com

    Steve - if you make it out here contact me and I will take you to see the dolphins. They are usually...

  • Commented on photo Surfing dolphins in the Mammals up close and personal challenge

    Thank you. I love watching them play like this.

  • Submitted a challenge entry Surfing dolphins
    These bottlenose dolphins love to show the surfers in the Margaret River area of Western Australia  how it is really done. The bay known as Sandpatches seems to be their base. They sometimes ride the waves until the last minute, then do a tumble turn and leap out of the back of the wave.  Looking into the waves like this seems like a window into their world.
    Placed 1st in the challenge. These bottlenose dolphins love to show the surfers in the Margaret River area of Western Australia how it is really done. The bay known as Sandpatches seems to be their base. They sometimes ride the waves until the last minute, then do a tumble turn and leap out of the back of the wave. Looking into the waves like this seems like a window into their world.
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