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Lovvvvve it ! I'll just leave it at 'awesome'!

Curious if you used the TC on this one - wasn't sure if the Mark III would record the combined focal length in the EXIF?

Oh, yes, and excellent remake!

Jeroen, About that composition, I was very fortunate not to get me and the camera very wet here. I was standing on top of that big fallen tree and had to place the left tripod leg out on a limb to the left. The tree is covered in moss, which was of course very wet, and the footing wasn't great. This spot is definitely one of those 'no risk, no reward' sort of things.

Whatever the conversion is, I can tell you that my hands were numb!

Thank you Vann. The color copy just wasn't doing it for me with the quality of light that I had. It did lend itself nicely to a B&W however!

Thank you, Jeroen and sixten. I mentally planned this one for several years and I am very happy with what I walked away with.

Thanks a bunch, kenfowkes, Patty, and Mr. Verbiage! This male mallard and his mate were busy grubbing on peanut shells and seemed to care less that I sat down right in their midst. I could even stroke my hand across their back feathers as they waddled past me! I swear the male enjoyed having his portrait made ... the first time he heard the shutter slap he stood up tall and rigid! So I stuck the camera in his face and clicked away ... I think I even see a smile.

Thanks, *Patty!

Erik, sorry for being so late to answer - I'm playing serious catch-up on Panoramio this morning. **The background is dormant bermudagrass. The dormant grass has a natural yellowish straw color. I just played on the saturation to enhance the background a bit.



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