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Most like photo by fans

 Canon80D EF 70 200 lens ISO 6400 190mm f/ 2.8 1/1000 This is my most liked and commented photo by fans, parents and players. What do you all think?

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Squirrels are everywhere!

We have bird feeders in the backyard. Whole kernel corn, cracked corn and black oil sunflower seeds are the fare. We were walking our puppies and this critter flattened himself on the fence that hides the propane tank. We have had seven squirrels fee...

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Flycatchers For Bird Lovers

These are probably the most common frycatcher species that visit our part of northeast Florida during their migration. We have several others as well, but they only seem to visit specific areas and sometimes fly right on by us. All but one of these s...

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Anoles - Not To Be Confused With Cannnoli :)

We have two species of Anole in the southeast. One is an invasive, the Brown Anole (Anolis sagrei) and one native, the Green Anole (Anolis carolinensis). The brown can't turn green, but the green can turn brown. Since they can change colors, most peo...

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Afternoon softball regional playoff

Shot with Canon 1DX III and EF 400 f2.8, a 1.4X extender was used for the first image @ 1/1600, f4, ISO 800.  The other two image were shot with the bare EF 400 lens @ 1/1600, f2.8, ISO 250 and 100 respectively. Rodger   

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Banana Slug

We see this slug in the San Francisco Bay Area when we hike in some of the parks.  They seem to prefer the moist redwood forests above the Pacific.  This photograph was taken in Purisima Creek Redwoods Preserve. Interestingly, banana slugs are "simul...

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Southern Yellow-billed Hornbill

 Here is one of my favorite images from a trip to Botswana a number of years ago, after I had just gotten my first DSLR. The shooting conditions were far from ideal.  We were mobile camping and I had just stepped out of the open-air shower attached t...


Leaping keeper save

Action is constant in soccer and I was out of position when a scoring drive on one end of the field quickly turned into a great fingertip save on the other end.  This was shot with a 1DX III and EF 400 f2.8 @ 1/1600, f2.8 and the sharpness of the len...

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