View Poll Results: Which photos get your vote? Vote for one Portrait and one Landscape entry.

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  • Portrait: Grampy - DavidWare

    5 31.25%
  • Portrait: Emu - Raid

    0 0%
  • Portrait: Double Trouble - jerrytech1

    6 37.50%
  • Portrait: The Lookout - Jayson

    2 12.50%
  • Portrait: Deceased Japanese Beetle - Joel Eade

    1 6.25%
  • Landscape: Sunrise - David Ware

    2 12.50%
  • Landscape: Manistee Lighthouse - conropl

    12 75.00%
  • Landscape: Wildflowers at Sunshine Meadows - Jonathan Huyer

    0 0%
  • Landscape: Avalanch Lake - bgood

    2 12.50%
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Thread: 2014 - Image of the Week #31

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    Great Shot Pat... Just looking at that image made me feel that cold and icy wind.

    Need to go and turn up the heating now.
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    Thanks for all the comments everyone.

    Week 31 is still young... let's see some more entries. I enjoy getting inspired from you all.

    Quote Originally Posted by erno james View Post
    I've commented on Flickr that the wave on the right looks just like a japanese painting of a wave. Kudos!
    Erno - Waves were coming together in that spot from time to time, and when they did it would pop way up. I managed to catch it pop up a few times. Out of the 262 shots taken, there were a lot neat wave formations, but the ones with that wave popping up and the wind fanning it out really stood out. I am glad you noticed.

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    Wildflowers at Sunshine Meadows in Banff today. 14 mm f/2.8 at f/22

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    Portraits -- Anything with eyes; people or animals

    This is an Emu 1.5 - 2m (5 to 6.5') tall, flightless, inquisitive, can run faster than Usain Bolt, feet can do a bit of damage if cornered, feathers are more like hair.

    Here is an Emu on a good hair day, took a liking to my lens so I'm backing away.

    PS: Wish I had more time to get the DOF correct.



    Last edited by Raid; 07-30-2014 at 05:07 AM.
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    Portrait: Double Trouble

    squirrels copy by jerrytech1, on Flickr

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    Portrait - The Lookout


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    Portrait entry for week #31 "Deceased Japanese Beetle"

    A 15 image stack using the following:
    1DMKIV
    65mm MP-E
    ISO 3200
    f/7.1
    1/500


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Eade View Post
    Portrait entry for week #31 "Deceased Japanese Beetle"

    A 15 image stack using the following:
    1DMKIV
    65mm MP-E
    Is the 65 mm MP-E new? I do not remember you posting anything with that before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by conropl View Post
    Yesterday a storm rolled in with high winds and lots of rain. It died out before sunset, so I headed to the lake to check out the sunset over Lake Michigan. I was not disappointed...
    Wow. Magical place! I love how it's so incredibly powerful, and yet strangely serene at the same time. Nice capture!

    Quote Originally Posted by erno james View Post
    SHUT IT DOWN... I've commented on Flickr that the wave on the right looks just like a japanese painting of a wave. Kudos!
    Some people I think have the big guy upstairs on speed dial at times, I swear.
    I'll stand outside for 9 hours, and as soon as I give up, pack it in it in and get back in the car, falcons, elk, jumping salmon, flying saucers - all waving goodbye.
    Last edited by Anthony M; 08-02-2014 at 05:03 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by conropl View Post
    Is the 65 mm MP-E new? I do not remember you posting anything with that before.

    Pat

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    Not new....acquired it several months ago when I found a good price on used one at Adorama.

    Just not getting much time to pursue insects like I wanted to

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