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  • Good old Currier and Ives

    This is the land of so many bright cheery days summer and winter. The price we pay for living in the Vancouver Island rain forest are the black rainy days November through February. Not all days are dark, but enough are to cause some Albertans to pack up and return to brighter more happy prairie days.
    Understandable. These vintage farm-scapes remind me of the brighter days when living in Calgary for about a year around 1963. TG
    • 25 Nov 2017 4:42AM
  • Dowitcher Trio

    Walt;...You are so generous. That's OK though. It's good to have your Award. The quality of your photos suggest you would never take a shot through a rainy vehicle window. It was blowing spray today so I stayed in the van. Thanks Walt. TG
    • 25 Nov 2017 4:29AM
  • Yellow Cap...

    Through the passenger window in blowing rain. Yes, I know. Not very expert. Yet drops are so o.o.F. they do not show at all. TG
    • 25 Nov 2017 2:37AM
  • Spirit Bear, a gift from the forest.

    This is a good spirit bear photo. He looks to be in lush salmon enriched condition. Your story about the guide without tact is a good one as well. Your kit and lens was ideal except the 1.4X TC may be just a little better than a 2X for 1 stop more. I use the 70 - 300L with a 1.4X TC. Works, yet I would prefer your 100-400L and TC. Never saw one at a price I could swallow. TG
    • 24 Nov 2017 12:32AM
  • Trees on the Common 2

    Just like where I used to walk my dog. Very inviting. TG
    • 24 Nov 2017 12:18AM
  • Nuthatch

    A most dart - like pose for this little high energy beauty. TG
    • 24 Nov 2017 12:17AM
  • Song Thrush

    Nipping off a bluey. Very well done. TG
    • 24 Nov 2017 12:15AM
  • Welcome to ePZ Jovy. It takes time to be discovered here, so normally your wonderful photograph ' Castle for Mary ' would get Awards and more votes. As time goes by you will get ' discovered ' and votes will get better. TG
    • Posted on jovy's profile
    • 17 Nov 2017 3:37PM
  • Saw your comment on Mike Smith's bullfinch. Quote ' ..wish I have the equipment & patience to venture into this aspect of photography. SmileSad '.
    You can get the bird reach you need with the 16X Leica lens on the Panasonic FZ1000. Around $700 or less refurbished. Refurbished is usually a like new return or ' open box '. Like new at half the cost. Save your money. Never pay new prices again. I like your classic high quality portraits. TG
  • I agree with Isabel. Your careful sense of image and composition prove no Luddite made these images. social networking is often a time hog. I do very little of it and never key in sensitive data to the net at all. You are wise to choose to refrain. Your portraits are really good. TG
    • Posted on vivdy's profile
    • 25 Oct 2016 7:35AM
  • This is so outstanding. Leads me to think you may be an arts scholar. Every image is profound. A pleasure to peruse. TG
  • You, Paul, seem to be a careful craftsman with the camera. A high standard is very evident. So many fine wings in butterflies, birds and bugs. A pleasure. TG
  • Some very good images Chinga. A hint about lenses... Before I decide to buy any lens, I check here first.


    Photozone.de [ Germany ]. They are very tough on expensive but poor lenses. Saves you money. Cheers. TG
    • Posted on Chinga's profile
    • 9 Nov 2015 2:49PM
  • You have a good eye and broad interests. Images are different and show insight. I also have an eagle on a mast yet yours is better with the wings spread out like that. TG
  • How come I missed all this? Addictive collection to sift through and I am enjoying very much. Been north but not to your magic land. Always liked points north. Churchill Manitoba, Resolute Bay, Greenland, Elsmere Island. The land of sharper contrasts. Beautiful. TG
  • Wow!... Those Red Kite shots are super. Well all your birds are nicely cropped and looking good. You sure don't need any advice from me. I'm quite often sloppy but have switched from medium Jpeg to high-quality Jpeg so detail should improve. Maybe I will use a tripod soon. I hear that helps. TG
  • I see that you are a careful image maker. Each one seems a gem. My PF will give you quantity. Lucky if you see a gem or two. I remember seeing that steely 4 eyed spider of yours some time ago. Your images MUST be good if they stick in MY memory. That green heron brought me here. I had an opportunity to get many snaps this July. They are so elusive normally. You had some stealth to get that crisp close, I suspect. TG