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    Alright Jan, stop showing off Those star trail shots are great. I would definitely get at least one printed and hang in the photography room. But that's me.

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    Pat, great catch... Those are pretty great. Never though of salmon in that area.

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    That must have been awesome to see, Pat! Nice shots!

    It rained for two days so things are really blossoming now!


    IMG_4859 by Denise Trocio, on Flickr


    IMG_4785 by Denise Trocio, on Flickr

    Some blue sky for about 2 minutes for me to at least take this shot, then back to a gray dreary day!


    IMG_4836 by Denise Trocio, on Flickr

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    Thanks everyone for the comments on my nightshots.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jayson View Post
    Alright Jan, stop showing off Those star trail shots are great. I would definitely get at least one printed and hang in the photography room. But that's me.
    I will probably stop taking them for a while. The weather has changed a bit and the skies aren't probably that clear at night for a while now. It was new moon last week which was great. Also the time has changed, it's 1 hour later now. That and the progressing longer days will mean that if I want to do some star-shots it will have to be (long)after midnight. To start with. From 11pm to about 1 o'clock was still manageable on a weeks day, but from 1-2am for example isn't so much for meI took the chances while I could. It's getting better weather now, so up to different types of photos! (the extension tubes I ordered got in yesterday)

    @thekingb, very nice shots of your son(s?), sorry they look so much alike

    @Dustin, those are great photos! I'm a big fan of lizards. I had all types of them as pets when I was young. Including the Green Anole which make these shots even better to me Are they wild by the way? I cannot believe you've shot these with a 50mm lens

    @Pat, those shots are awesome.

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    Tail and ears of that of a Muskrat - if a beaver tail where verticle it would be offset. Beaver ears are shaped and colored differently,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheiky View Post
    Thanks everyone for the comments on my nightshots.
    I will probably stop taking them for a while. The weather has changed a bit and the skies aren't probably that clear at night for a while now. It was new moon last week which was great. Also the time has changed, it's 1 hour later now. That and the progressing longer days will mean that if I want to do some star-shots it will have to be (long)after midnight. To start with. From 11pm to about 1 o'clock was still manageable on a weeks day, but from 1-2am for example isn't so much for meI took the chances while I could. It's getting better weather now, so up to different types of photos! (the extension tubes I ordered got in yesterday)

    @thekingb, very nice shots of your son(s?), sorry they look so much alike

    @Dustin, those are great photos! I'm a big fan of lizards. I had all types of them as pets when I was young. Including the Green Anole which make these shots even better to me Are they wild by the way? I cannot believe you've shot these with a 50mm lens

    @Pat, those shots are awesome.
    Jan, one of my collaborators does research on lizards. We went to Louisiana to collect data for some of his projects. I hate to give away trade secrets, but the right leg of both of those lizards is tethered to a tree with a little loop of nylon string. Other than this method, I don't think it would be possible to get a semi-macro shot of a Six-lined Racerunner. They are called "racerunners" for a reason!
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    Collected salamanders this weekend for some of my research. Here is a little Long-tailed Salamander.

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    IMG_4617 by Denise Trocio, on Flickr

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    From this morning:


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    More Fence Lizards:

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