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    One of my all time favourites. This nice gal spent a whole afternoon with us on safari in Tanzania. Thought the big cats would be the highlight, but the elephants stole the show.

    Canon 7D Mark II & Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM Sports Lens


    C7D_1608
    by Bayne Wagner, on Flickr

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    I haven't really been out amongst the living lately but I just felt the overwhelming need to go out and shoot something, anything the other day. I went down by the marina at Lake Michigan and shot some photos of ducks, a very calming experience ...until this crawled out between the rocks near where I was sitting! I had never seen a mink before so I was pretty startled! It definitely ended the tranquil experience!

    Mink by Denise Trocio, on Flickr

    I edited this with the trial version of Topaz Glow.

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    Queen Butterfly

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    Spicebush Swallowtail

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    Spotted Orb Weaver



    5DS R + Canon 65mm MP-E
    40 image stack using the Cognisys Stack Shot
    Processed with Zerene Stacker software

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    Taken in the Kurger National Park in South Africa. lilac breasted roller. Canon 20D 2x and 1.4x TC stacked on a 300mm f2.8 lens


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    Was attempting to take "starburst" shots of the sun going behind some low hills and soon noticed a family of Mink was watching me. Changed lenses and managed to get a few shots of them moving and playing through the rocks. Overall I saw at least 7 different mink, but they are quite skittish and wouldn't pose for a full family portrait, so I settled for individuals and pairs.

    Mink_006 by Stephen, on Flickr

    Mink_003 by Stephen, on Flickr

    Thanks for looking!
    Stephen

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    Quote Originally Posted by NFLD Stephen View Post
    Was attempting to take "starburst" shots of the sun going behind some low hills and soon noticed a family of Mink was watching me.
    Changed lenses and managed to get a few shots of them moving and playing through the rocks. Overall I saw at least 7 different mink, but they are quite skittish and wouldn't pose for a full family portrait, so I settled for individuals and pairs.
    Wow I love that second one especially! I would be over the moon to get something like that.

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    Thanks Jonathan! I have to say I was pretty excited when the minks showed up and stuck around long enough for me to change lenses and get a few shots.

    Stephen

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