Discussion in 'Photo Challenges and Assignments' started by magmouse, Aug 16, 2017.
Oh! Cute little one
Mr. Waxwing XT2, Canon EF400mm F5.6
A friend's corgi pup
Strong Crop as we did not want to get too close and disturb this chubby little nervous guys meal. While he chomped away quickly at his morsel he kept a suspicious eye on us to make sure we did not get too close. He did not seem like the sharing kind. I needed a reasonably fast shutter speed to slow him down a bit.
Fuji X-T1, ISO 200, 1/550ss, aperture priority, 18-55mm lens, f4.5 at a focal length of 55mm
Richmond Park, London UK.
Lens: Canon FD 70-210 at F4
Stuart , our mascot at work. Just a pup.
young farm cat
Oops sent the above without saying anything but who can better that image of the curious sheep.
From the X-T2 / XF 18-55mm
I think big cats narrow their eyes gauging the distance before pouncing.
I know I would...
Mum and daughter
She is cute. Looks a lot like our mini Schnauzer Olivia.
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Bird in my backyard.
Fuji X-E2S, 1/3500 sec, ISO 500. XF100-400 at f=400mm, f/9.
Sceloporus magister (juvenile).
About to go for a walk
It wasn't looking at me but I think it was looking and smiling to my little girl.
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Nikon D500, 300mm f/2.8 at f/2.8.