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    M50 / EF-M 22/2

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    At the Wild Animal Park today. 7D mkii @ 400 f4.

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    A few from my Canon days...

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    A few swamp walk shots taken today with the full spectrum modified (Kolari) Canon EOS R with 24-105 RF lens fitted with a Kolari UV/IR cut CC filter. Still waiting for the new Kolari IRChrome filter but won't ship until end of month. I ran the raws through DXO PL2 and exported jpegs to Joe Colson's Frameworks script in Photoshop.

    The swamp (was still dry) is to my left facing west on lower Fall Creek.



    Te skunk cabbage was just starting to poke up through the dead leaves.



    Heavy texture in the bark of this tree covered with vines.



    This girdled tree is still standing.

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    Late afternoon light in infrared with the full spectrum EOS R.


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    A few shots today with the Canon EOS R (FS) in full spectrum mode with no CC filter on the 24-105.







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    A few shots taken with the Canon EOS R (FS) and 35/1.8 RF Macro IS lens with CC filter. Ithaca farmers market and Steamboat Landing on the Cayuga Inlet waterfront trail.







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    Time for some balloons!


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    Also, notwithstanding my comments posted here in January, after spending some quality time at a local dealer's manufacturer rep event this afternoon, I ended up bringing home an R along with the RF 35/1.8 and the control-ring EF-RF adapter. Just spent about an hour setting up the camera, including rearranging the button and dial assignments to mitigate some of the handling aspects that bothered me on my first encounter with the camera back then. We'll see how it goes.
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    I need some explanation here from the bird experts. Walking along a small wetland stream with a few apple trees in blossom next to the stream. There was a small flock of cedar waxwings in the trees and they appeared to be picking at the blossoms. Never observed this behavior before and I don't know why they were doing it. There are two birds circled in red in the image below and if you click for the full size version you will also see a lot of blossoms and petals in the stream below the birds. Only had the Canon EOS R with 35/2.8 Macro lens with me so couldn't get clear larger shot of the birds in action.

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    Couple of additional images taken with the Canon EOS R (FS) + 35/2.8 Macro with Kolari CC filter (UV/IR cut).



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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    I need some explanation here from the bird experts. Walking along a small wetland stream with a few apple trees in blossom next to the stream. There was a small flock of cedar waxwings in the trees and they appeared to be picking at the blossoms. Never observed this behavior before and I don't know why they were doing it. There are two birds circled in red in the image below and if you click for the full size version you will also see a lot of blossoms and petals in the stream below the birds. Only had the Canon EOS R with 35/2.8 Macro lens with me so couldn't get clear larger shot of the birds in action.

    Found the answer online. Cedar Waxwings apparently love to eat blossoms and buds on apple and pear trees. I imagine that a large flock could do some serious damage in an orchard.
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    A few shots from a walk along Fall Creek in the wildflower garden. EOS-R with 35mm RF f/1.8 Macro.

    Red Trillium



    White Trillium



    Fall Creek



    A camo loo in the woods

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