Charles Baxter

Charles Baxter

Lives in United States Argyle, TX, United States
Works as a retired
Joined on Oct 25, 2010

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  • Replied in Much appreciated
    Thanks to all for your responses.  Plenty of beer and gasoline, I will be fine.   Charles Baxter
  • Created discussion thread Independent repair shops (USA)
    Just found out Oly no longer repairs the E-30, my mainstay.  Can anyone recommend an independent repair shop.?  My E-30 body no longer communicates with any lens.  This has been an occasional ...
  • Created discussion thread Haines Highway
    I am planning a driving trip in July between Haines, AK and Haines Junction.  Does anyone have images and tips they can share.  Thanks      Charles Baxter
  • Will the Watson battery communicate with an Olympus BLM-1 charger(I have 4 of the Olympus blm-1 chargers)  The Watson plate on the charger is not well designed , has broken.  I would like to try ...
  • Created discussion thread Charger battery compatibility
    Is it safe to charge the Watson BLM-1 replacement battery (E-30 ) in an Olympus Blm -5 charger, ( or Olympus BLM-1 charger).  Thanks
  • Replied in Summertime
    Remembering the warm summer months now that the cold has set in.   A Missouri sunflower patch.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Mt. Young West
    Rising above the Lynn Canal, south of Haines, Alaska.  Mount Young (west)
    Placed 34th in the challenge. Rising above the Lynn Canal, south of Haines, Alaska. Mount Young (west)
  • Submitted a challenge entry Whales Tales
    Hump Back Whale diving under waters of Lynn Canal with Herbert Glacier in background.  Near Juneau, AK
    Placed 4th in the challenge. Hump Back Whale diving under waters of Lynn Canal with Herbert Glacier in background. Near Juneau, AK
  • Observed 2 phidippus mystaceus recently, female and male on fence.  An unfortunate bronze jumper about half the size of the female mystaceus got grabbed for dinner Male phidippus mystaceus.   E-30, ...
  • My Sigma does not auto focus well so I rely mostly on manual.  For the small stuff like jumpers I extend the lens all the way and just move body to focus.   C. Baxter
  • Replied in Eye arrangement
    I love the beady eyes on the final image.  I am familiar with the eye arrangement on the jumpers, but have not seen a spider with the two eyes on top.   Charles Baxter
  • First two are female, last image a male E-30, Sigma 105mm, Sunpak 383.  Handheld Male was a little smaller
  • Submitted a challenge entry Late summer ruby throat
    female ruby throat feeds on Turk's Cap.  North central Texas
    Placed 58th in the challenge. female ruby throat feeds on Turk's Cap. North central Texas
  • Submitted a challenge entry Hummer and S-Curve
    Arched back of female ruby throated hummer feeding on Turk”s Cap
    Placed 66th in the challenge. Arched back of female ruby throated hummer feeding on Turk”s Cap
  • The sunset and processed image of the classic car are winners.   C. Baxter
  • Replied in Fritillary
    Playing peek-a-boo Fritillary and Turk’s Cap E-30, 50-200, two strobes, tripod.
  • Replied in Extra-ordinary
    Terrific sharpness, focus.  Certainly rivals the images I have seen from the D500 my photo buddies are using.  The OMD- EM1.2 certainly can compete!
  • I love your capture of the fig bird.  Thanks for posting.
  • Female ruby throats love Turk's Cap.  No males in our area of N. Texas in late Sept. All with E-30 and 50-200, flash and tripod
  • Replied in 520 used at BH
    $160  8+ condition at B&H
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