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    My little love bug ...


    My Little Love Bug! by Denise Trocio, on Flickr

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    Denise....Those are both awesome and should be printed for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Eade View Post
    Denise....Those are both awesome and should be printed for sure.
    Thank you so much, Joel!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Eade View Post
    Denise....Those are both awesome and should be printed for sure.
    I agree! Nice artistic touch in both cases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Huyer View Post
    I agree! Nice artistic touch in both cases.
    Thank you, Jonathan!

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    Was out for a walk on a trail behind my house earlier this month and took the 100-400. Mostly shooting pics of the kids playing in the mud and puddles after a recent rain, but tried a few macro-type shots just for kicks. I was impressed with the background blur available for a non-macro lens.

    Spring by Stephen, on Flickr


    Lone Leaf by Stephen, on Flickr

    Thanks for looking!
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    A couple from a recent summer camping trip. Two nights in tent with warm temps and clear skies (not to mention the cold beer ).

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    Moonrise 2 by Stephen, on Flickr

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    Spruce Flats Falls
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    _DS_0002v by Mark Clem, on Flickr




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    Here's a few from our family picnic last week; shot with the Canon 35L 1.4 II @ ~ 1.6 - 1.8. Fill lights @ camera left and camera right.











    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Huyer View Post
    I'm back from a quick 4-night visit to Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. It's one of the best places to go for aurora viewing, and this time of year is perfect since the cloud cover is generally low and aurora activity is often a bit higher around the equinox. Our first night was a complete bust, but the second and third nights gave very nice displays (considered just average for Yellowknife). And then on the 4th night we were hit with a very nice gust of solar wind, and the whole sky erupted in a fantastic show. The images below don't do justice, because there is so much rapid movement in the aurora that you really have to see it in person. Like a solar eclipse, the photo can never capture the full experience. I brought my 24 mm f/1.4 and the 14 f/2.8. I ended up using the 14 mm more, since the aurora displays are so huge. As expected, it was a bit chilly. On our last night, the dashboard thermometer registered -40 C as we were driving out to the viewing location. Fortunately there was no wind, so we survived. My new 1DX II and 5D IV both performed very well --- it amazes me that a camera can function at all in those conditions. The batteries died quickly in the cold, lasting about an hour. But I would just swap them out with a warm one, and once reheated they worked fine again. If anyone is keen to go up there, please get in touch and I can give you a host of tips and advice (this was my third visit to Yellowknife).

    Jonathan - I'd love to visit the NWT; how easy/difficult of a process is it for getting to a location like this and lodging?
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