Just a gentle reminder: Water is not an unlimited resource.
D80 with Nikkor 70-300 ED @ 165mm and f/5.6
Jorgen, Agree with Lloyd..Love the last one!!
Thanks for looking. Cheers.
D700; 70-200mm VRII; 200mm; 1/1250s @ f/2.8; ISO 320
D700, Zeiss 100 Makro Planar
You do find some interesting (and downright amazing) things. Good stuff.
Little Aria is three months old, but is just now the size and weight of a typical newborn. She was a preemie, and has had a number of health issues to deal with in her short life. Her mother works with my wife, and asked me to take some pictures. We were shooting just the baby, when she started fussing. Mom picked her up to comfort her, and we got this shot. My favorite of the day.
D3; 50/1.4D @ 5.6, 1/100 ISO 800, natural light through a North-facing window.
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thanks Lloyd, man thats a nice shot, I should take notes I have to shoot a birthday party this sat!!!
thanks going through some ols stuff from new york...
looks like everything was abandoned ...
lol on this trip it was
actually I found the above shot of the dentists room even more scary ...
lol, I love them old asylums!!!
D700, R 80 Lux
Hard to keep up!
Jorgen: 1. Rent controlled housing in a Landmark above the Lava Lounge. Visited by the police once a week and right across from my office. 2. Is that arch in Cambodia? Laos? North Vietnam (no, that one didn't decay away)? Very cool. There's a surplus statue of Lenin (brought from Russia) in Seattle's Fremont Neighborhood. Perhaps an EBAY business opportunity? The arches could be garden gates, or, entry gates to boutique cattle ranches.
shtarka1: Beautiful photographs. Interesting lenses on the D700.
viablex1: Two more great, albeit creepy, photos.
Lloyd: Beautiful B & W photo. The very subtle selective color adds just the right softening touch.
Thanks everybody for posting. Cheers.
These young ladies were fun to photograph and listen to (BTW I always feed the tip jar). Cheers.
1. D700; 70-200mm VRII; 122mm; 1/80s @ f/2.8; ISO 320
2. D700; 70-200mm VRII; 70mm; 1/100s @ f/2.8; ISO 320
3. D700; 70-200mm VRII; 70mm; 1/125s @ f/2.8; ISO 320
4. D700; 70-200mm VRII; 150mm; 1/100s @ f/2.8; ISO 320
Matt, Lloyd, excellent shots and pp. What a nice way to start a day, thank you!
Jorgen: Thanks for the info.
Lloyd/Jorgen/Osman: Thanks for the comments.
Osman, have a nice day. I'm going to bed. Cheers.
some amazing shots there. sure glad i am poor and only can afford my version 1 of the 70-200. that new one you have is tempting!!
btw, that coffin pic creeps me out. (nice photography otherwise)
One from the archives. From a series I did called "Not in Kansas Anymore".
D300, 17-55/2.8; couple of sb-800s on either side.
Lloyd ....Perfect Title! All i can think about is, "There's No Place Like Home" !
My buddy Ron just prior to the Team Universe Competition a few months ago.
D3, 58 Noct.
Lots of super stuff on this page, again.
Super cool street candids...
Matt the singers look indeed joyful and fun to watch.
Mark, your guy with the flowers is priceless, you definitely captured a moment.
Btw, in the muscle section, now we know why carrying around all those big lenses is no problem.
( though incidentally you'll surely admit that your dog shot on prev page clearly shows a number of lens-related issues... but you're lucky, as stated prior i happen to entertain a lens-retiring service at moderate costs. Happy to help)
Lloyd, your portrait of Little Aria is not only superb but touching.
All the best to her