Three days, more than 400 photos, 139 bird species and umpteen plants and insects...
digiscoped photos taken with Nikon Coolpix 995 + Leica Apo Televid 62 with 16x eyepiece
Very good pictures you got here. I wish I had the same talent (and not to mention the right equipment) as yours. I have attempted to take pictures here in Cambodia, but nothing as great as yours. Can I link you to my photoblog (my first attempt at photoblogging)?
Really beautiful photos.ReplyDelete
great photos! you are incredibly talented. I've alway liked taking photos! How do you remember all of the facts that you wrote underneath the pictures? I love the pictures, they came out crystal clear.
I love the close-ups. I also have a FujiFinePix, but have not mastered it yet.ReplyDelete
Tried to take bird photos over weekend, but note came out as fabulous as yours.
Must be a great trip!
hola soy cindy vivo en mazatlan sinaloa mexico me gustaron mucho tus fotos espero que entiendas mi idioma y que algun dia me escribas ome permitas copiar algunas fotos de la naturaleza me gustan todo tipo de foto de naturaleza ok grax te escribo luego byeReplyDelete
excellent photos! i love andalucia...ReplyDelete
Nice blog, I don't have any pictures of flowers, in fact I don't even have any pictures.ReplyDelete
But for some strange reason you might find my blog interesting.
Check it out.
You are having some serious wonderment. I wish I could travel but alas I am strapped to my desk. Thankfully there are people like you to bring us all gorgeous things to see.ReplyDelete
Keep on snapping
These photographs are amazing... I'm speechless. ;)))ReplyDelete
Fantastic! Every birding trip report needs amazing pictures.ReplyDelete
The hawk-moth in motion was a great catch of the blur of the wings. Wish i could afford that type of zoom.ReplyDelete
That is some impressie resolution!!!BradsblogReplyDelete
very nice pic very good resoluionReplyDelete
Beautiful pictures. Stunning details. Insects I've never seen before. Absolutely beautiful. Thank you for sharing them.ReplyDelete
Katie -- this is extraordinary talent. What a gift you have. And how wonderful that you are out there capturing all this beauty for us to enjoy. As one who is also behind a desk, it is a pleasure to leave my work for a few moments and enter your world of close-ups. Brava!ReplyDelete
sup? great work... check out my sites... i have some photography at myspace... not with a good cam or film.. so .. yeah.ReplyDelete
Those are some really, really nice pictures.ReplyDelete
those are amazingly cleal photos! what you have here is way better than any postcard i've ever seen! once again, amazing!ReplyDelete
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