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Old 08-07-2019, 12:48 AM
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Near Vail Pass on Saturday

I could handle looking out at that from my back porch in the morning with a cup of coffee in my hand.
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Old 08-07-2019, 12:29 PM
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I could handle looking out at that from my back porch in the morning with a cup of coffee in my hand.
This is the view from the back deck of the house I'll be moving into before long.

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Cool... you have a Sony RX100iii too?
Yes - bought it a couple of years ago on a bit of a whim, but I've grown to really like it. It's tiny, and very unobtrusive to use, especially in a situation like this. Overall, I'm most impressed with the quality, and the fact that the controls and menu system are very similar to my a6500 makes moving from one to the other very easy.

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I have a whole "group" of wild parrots that live right behind me. Probably about 30 of them. They're cool to watch but they're really loud.
We used to have a double yellow headed Amazon as a pet, and he was very loud all by himself. Can't imagine 30 of them having a go
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Working in Rwanda for a couple of weeks and got to take a day off yesterday and spend it at the Akagera National Park.
I've got to get to Africa some time. Lovely. What, may I ask did you shoot these with?
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From another product shoot I did...

Nice, but, you're 3 minutes late.
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I shoot a lot of motorsports, primarily at Daytona International Speedway.

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I used to do photography for a large cat sanctuary near Jacksonville, Florida. Sometimes I'd get in the enclosures with the cats to get some "next level" shots.

Thankfully, since none of the cats had ever been in the wild and were fed regularly, they lacked the predisposition to pounce on anything that couldn't outrun them!

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I've got to get to Africa some time. Lovely. What, may I ask did you shoot these with?
Merci. Some were taken with the Sony A7R II, Sony 200-600mm f/5.6-6.3, All photos for the day shot at full 600mm with hand-held monopod. Most were then cropped in a bit as the animals were pretty far away. Some shots in the park were taken with the RX10 IV, again at 600mm.
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A couple of weeks ago we had a lightning storm like I've never seen. The sky was alive, constant lightning, 3 out of 4 still photos showed lightning somehwere in the sky. Here I tried a 5 second exposure.



... and one from the archives, Springsteen at Red Rocks 1981.

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Near Vail Pass on Saturday

Wow the wild flowers are liking this year
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Just some phone pics but enjoying some mountain biking last night:





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A little late this season, but the tomatoes are finally coming on.

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Old 08-15-2019, 06:17 AM
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The dog and I hiked up to Lost Lake the other day, just below the Continental Divide.

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Momma cat and kitten.


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Nice bunch of thickstem asters--Eurybia integrifolia. Good timing. They typically like to bloom in August and September.
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