"Fishing" (soundtrack: "I want you" - by Gato Barbieri)
115 of 138 sequential images of a Bald Eagle catching and beaching a super-sized Rainbow Trout. I removed the most OOF shots in the lot so there will be some apparent gaps.
Nikon D850 DSLR
Tamron SP 160-600mm G2 w/1.4x teleconverter
Birds in Livermore
Over the past year, I have been blessed to experience the wonders of nature in this green-friendly TriValley. Livermore is my home and until recently I had no idea how many species of bird called Livermore home too. I have touched on just a small number of those varied species here. I will continue to capture these darlings as I can...please enjoy as I have.
Nikon D850 DSLR
Tamron SP 160-600mm G2, some w/1.4x teleconverter
Grey Whales and fur seals January 23, 2019
Whale Watching with Princess Monterey Whale Watching on January 23, 2019.
NIkon D850 DSLR
Nikkor AF-S 28-300mm VR
Oakland Zoo II
A fall trip to the Zoo makes for a different mood.
Nikon D850/Nikkor AF-S 28-300mm VR
Turkey Vultures are a regular part of life here in California. This guy and his cohorts have been hanging out at our dog walk location for about a week now. He is very photogenic...ahem! Especially those eyes!!!
Nikon D850 DSLR, Tamron 150-600mm G2
Oakland Zoo
A wonderful morning with the animals as they started their day. This was the most active I've ever seen these many animals. A great day for imaging.
Nikon D850 DSLR w/AF=sNikkor 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 G
California Trails
California Trails @ the Oakland Zoo., a fun look into California's wildlife (except for the Giraffe, of course. He was in the main Zoo and way to photogenic to pass by). We were among the first to view this new exhibit. This page is Jaguar heavy. I'd never seen one before and this guy was very active.
Nikon D850, Nikkor 28-300mm
My first efforts at bird work. Not easy! For each of these few okay shots, there were at least ten wastes.
D850 & D5300 w/Tamron 150-600mm G2
Wild in California
These were taken in various places across California including the Sacramento Zoo and the Cosumnes River Preserve.
I used both 35mm film and DSLR Cameras
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