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  • I suppose come Spring you might be more likely to see wildlife - and maybe not the kind that wants to eat you :-D I don’t know how long your hikes are but it’s probably a good idea someone knows if ...
  • There are endless miles of grey slabs on wide, congested freeways... A bird’s eye-view will make it obvious I am the larvae in a petri dish. That’s my home, my “habitat” and although I came to it ...
  • Replied in Frozen
    I don’t know much about photography (compared to othes), but you underline something I’ve come to understand over the years: there is so much more to photography than the camera itslef and that ...
  • I told myself I would not post any more kids photos but I’m realizing it’s kind of the only thing I take photos of - for the most part, anyways. Taken with E-3 and ZD 14-54 and ZD 50-200 (non-SWD). ...
  • Cherry blossom! Early start... hopefully there’s no return of freezing temps. Yup, this week we’ve got some rain followed by sunshine, will be perfect for capturing new blossom for the garden thread.
  • Replied in Woodshed Red
    These are great, and you got the front-row perspective - better than that, actually. I might even have captured the sound of blues. Very cool.
  • Very interesting optical “phenomenon” in the first photo. You get to be right in the middle of the “soup”. I’ll show my lack of knowledge and ask: what kind of wildlife is in that habitat? And do ...
  • The narrative kept my attention and I love photos of snow landscape. You should weite an illustrative photo-book, with stories and all ;) i will likely never live in the places you roam about, but ...
  • A balancing act - thanks to gyros I suppose. Very well framed - you also captured the lady in the grass glancing at the acrobat.
  • Replied in Lizard Time
    I’m looking at the second photo and I think Lizzy found you attractive ;)
  • Replied in Frozen
    I like the photo with the twin lamps very much. There’s something about it, the way they shine light on the branches in an otherwise dark night. It had not occured to me that you’ve been shooting ...
  • That’s a bit of a bummer Andrew. Would a full eBike help? Not just electric asist, but full electric drive: twist the throttle and off you go. You get to be on 2 wheels, ride with family and be ...
  • All ride, am glad you enjoyed the ride a d scenery. Hopefully soon i’ll ride and photograph other places as well - they all have their unique traits and are fun to ride (dowhill anyways)
  • Replied in Part 2
    Glad you enjoyed it. If all is good, there will be more rides ;)
  • A question for you: After having had the chance to listen to the Olympus rep. and after you have had some of your own questions answered, has your interest possibly getting an E-M1X changed? Would ...
  • Adding the post-fire images
  • I’m glad you enjoyed the MTB trail, Danielvr. These were taken in Southern California. For most months of the year the hills that you see in the photos are generally dry, arid and dusty. The ...
  • Internal combustion on 2 wheels that bleeds into an art. I can't imagine the number of hours spent on all those bikes, and hot rods. Those SHG's are clinically sharp on the E-M1. Thank you for ...
  • That is a *lot* or work Andrew, staring with the time you press the shutter to the final processing. And, naturally, you have to understand the sport as well and anticipate the action - no wonder ...
  • I'm glad you enjoyed the ride DickyAus; I have posted part 2 in the reply. Thanks for looking.
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