Everyone says I should create an evergoing thread for my cat.
So here is some I took today, he was just hanging out by the window. Perfect lighting!
He yawned in the middle of taking shots, of course I had to share it!
And another yawn.
B&W of course.
Yeah yeah I know...I take lots of pictures of my cat lol.
But I really liked this one because of his reflection in the granite. Not saying it's the best shot in the world but I thought it was at least worthy of sharing!
Nikon D610 + 50 1.8G
f/2, 1/125th, ISO 1600
This was just seconds...
I was out taking photos in the rain yesterday and saw a family of chipmunks eating seed I accidently dropped all over the place haha. But this one in particular didn't care I was really close to him taking photos, he just sat there eating seed.
Nikon D610 + 70-200 f/4 VR
1/125th, f/5, ISO 800...
Looks like Alvin to me.
I had a hard time processing this photo, I don't know how many times I went back and fourth with color & black and white. It looks awesome in both.
I went with color this time because it felt more natural to me with green and cement tones. Plus the color of the fur just...
I'm surprised this chipmunk stuck around long enough to let me take his picture. Well, I kind of left some seed on the steps that he's been hanging around lately.
I like this picture, thought I'd share it.
Nikon D610 + 70-200 f/4 VR @ 200mm, 1/1000th, f/5 & ISO 280
I saw this chipmunk sitting on top of these stones and shot low to get some of the grass in the frame, I'm really surprised how sharp I was able to focus at 300mm.
Nikon D610 + 70-300 VR
f/5.6, 1/1000th, ISO 400.
I was take it at zoo with my zoom, the description was from my personal website
The common green magpie is a member of the crow family, roughly about the size of the Eurasian jay or slightly smaller. It is a vivid green in colour, slightly lighter on the underside and has a...