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Your Best Photo, Week Ending 11 November 2018


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Sometime before midnight (whatever time zone you are in) this Sunday, 11 November 2018, post the best photo you have taken this week. Any subject, any style—just give us your best shot.

 

If you can, list your EXIF info and any special lighting setups you may have used.



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Possibly not the best of my week — still 4 days to go! — but

I thought it was funny enough!   :D  :D  :D

 

ISO 100 • 1/1000s • ƒ4 • 380mm with 200~400 ƒ4 on D800E.

 

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He looks familiar...  :lol:

 

Very fun image--nice one, Nikon Shooter! 



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The mirgration has not really started in full yet but the refuge is still a beautiful place to visit.

 

Tamron 18-400 at 44mm 

f/20

1/80

iso 100

 

 

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How do you like that 18-400?  I almost bought that but got the 16-300 instead to keep the weight down.



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How do you like that 18-400?  I almost bought that but got the 16-300 instead to keep the weight down.

This was it's first trip out. The convenience factor makes it a worthwhile buy. It seems to be sharp but its real easy to have your hand on the focus ring and inhibit the autofocus :wacko:  



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He looks familiar...  :lol:

 

Very fun image--nice one, Nikon Shooter! 

 

Thanks!

…just making sure you won't lose that smile of yours! :P



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Bee, Pollen, Red Flower, Blue Sky

ISO1000, f/13, 1/1000sec, 500mm, cropped

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A brilliant Pansy for all to enjoy.  Thanks so much for viewing.

 

Nikon D200 body with AF Nikkor 55~200mm, VR ED IF Lens.

 

1/60s, f/7.1, ISO 160, Focal Length 200mm, No flash and used CWA Metering.

 

Cheers,

 

Tony

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43999308830_e511029903_o.jpgPES_2018-11-10_12-46-43_24mm_ by merco_61, on Flickr

 

Model: NIKON D300
Lens (mm): 24 (AF-S Nikkor 24/1.8G ED)
ISO: 3200
Aperture: 4
Shutter: 1/30
Picture Control: D2X Mode 3



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Not much photographic activity for me this week.  The weekend was filled with other stuff, though.  In case you're not familiar, the Cyclone Rake is a giant vacuum machine for picking up fallen leaves.

 

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weekend activity by Mark, on Flickr

D810, Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8 @ 70mm, f/4, 1/1000", ISO 64, mid-afternoon sunlight



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In case you're not familiar, the Cyclone Rake is a giant vacuum machine for picking up fallen leaves.

 

 

weekend activity by Mark, on Flickr

D810, Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8 @ 70mm, f/4, 1/1000", ISO 64, mid-afternoon sunlight

When I was a teenager I worked in a cemetery they had one the size of a 16+ft cube van.



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When I was a teenager I worked in a cemetery they had one the size of a 16+ft cube van.

 

Mine holds 40 bushels of leaves in the hopper and yesterday I had to empty it 6 times.  I wish it was bigger.



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Very glad to see you around Sir!  :P



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Thank you sir and glad to be here. :D



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A Nuthatch… isn't it? M or F?



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A Nuthatch… isn't it? M or F?

 

Yes it is a Nuthatch NS but I do not know how to sex them. :blink:



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Yes it is a Nuthatch NS but I do not know how to sex them. :blink:

 

 

That means, Charles, you have to come up with two things:

  1. Proper sex description
  2. A better perch!  :P :P :P 


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Done some research and it appears that could be female or young birds. There appear to be a pair in the park that have produced several young this year and are hanging around in a flock, probably due to my keeping feeders filled with peanuts.