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    Island, Great Slave Lake. XF/150/80mm.

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    Parsley is a beautiful plant in its second year (biennial), but this year is filled with black wasps. Anyone know why? The usual visitors are hover flies but this year the wasps are swarming. 50r, Pentax 67 300mm ED f/4.

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    Parsley is a beautiful plant in its second year (biennial), but this year is filled with black wasps. Anyone know why? The usual visitors are hover flies but this year the wasps are swarming. 50r, Pentax 67 300mm ED f/4.
    These wasps are important pollinators, so that is good. They do sting, which is not. They are usually attracted to plants like milkweed and Queen Ann's Lace, so your parsley may also be attractive. Maybe it is a combination of their pollination and need for prey for their larvae?

    (And we really need our pollinators.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    These wasps are important pollinators, so that is good. They do sting, which is not. They are usually attracted to plants like milkweed and Queen Ann's Lace, so your parsley may also be attractive. Maybe it is a combination of their pollination and need for prey for their larvae?

    (And we really need our pollinators.)
    Thanks Will. It did occur to me that they were seeking some prey and that the prey is something I don't want on my plants. It is noteworthy that in 20 years of growing parsley I had not seen them in these numbers before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Thanks Will. It did occur to me that they were seeking some prey and that the prey is something I don't want on my plants. It is noteworthy that in 20 years of growing parsley I had not seen them in these numbers before.
    I wonder if it may be due to our very late, cool and wet spring in the lower Great Lakes. I too am seeing unusual behaviour in insects, birds and even flowers - our Yellow Lady Slipper orchids came up a full 2 weeks later than normal, and are still blooming into July - very unusual. Mosquito and Blackfly are normally gone by end June - but there're still around. Maybe your bugs are simply late and making up for lost time!

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    Del’s soft frozen lemonade is sold in trucks at every beach in Rhode Island.
    So refreshing with small pieces of the lemon rind to chew on while you enjoy the lemon slurry.
    As you can readily see, there was a “flat waves”Taco stand next to the Del’s truck.
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    Fireworks display over at Marina Bay, rehearsal for National Day celebrations on Aug 9.

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    Holywell Bay, Cornwall, at sunset

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    I wonder if it may be due to our very late, cool and wet spring in the lower Great Lakes. I too am seeing unusual behaviour in insects, birds and even flowers - our Yellow Lady Slipper orchids came up a full 2 weeks later than normal, and are still blooming into July - very unusual. Mosquito and Blackfly are normally gone by end June - but there're still around. Maybe your bugs are simply late and making up for lost time!

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    Yes it was a late spring. May is typically one of my favorite months here, but this year was a wash out both literally and figuratively. What I find mysterious about the wasps is their behavior: they spend little if any time on the blossoms, but rather are flying an almost frantic, seemingly random path around the plants all day. They seem to be seeking something.
    You mentioned your book on Blurb in an earlier post, I have since gone through it. It’s a real tour de force of global images. I think we share a common aesthetic, or at least like to photograph the same things, e.g., Great Lake lighthouses. My favorite might be the flycatcher you used for the cover. The shape of the branch adds a real elegance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Yes it was a late spring. May is typically one of my favorite months here, but this year was a wash out both literally and figuratively. What I find mysterious about the wasps is their behavior: they spend little if any time on the blossoms, but rather are flying an almost frantic, seemingly random path around the plants all day. They seem to be seeking something.
    You mentioned your book on Blurb in an earlier post, I have since gone through it. It’s a real tour de force of global images. I think we share a common aesthetic, or at least like to photograph the same things, e.g., Great Lake lighthouses. My favorite might be the flycatcher you used for the cover. The shape of the branch adds a real elegance.

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    Thanks, Tom - you're very kind and your comment about our common aesthetic is, I think, right on.
    My latest book is "Wild Canada", produced for Canada's 150th year of Confederation. It's on Blurb too. It was a limited edition of 450 copies and sold out quite quickly!
    We should try to get together for a shoot!

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    Facebook censored this image. The account of my experiment with Facebook business page is at https://djessemay.com/news-articles/...-or-worse.html Enjoy. Hopefully you will find it entertaining.
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    Scotland, Isle of Harris, Phase One XF with IQ260 and SK 80

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    Another one from Scotland
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    And the last one for today.
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    Strictly a fun picture - exploring the Northwest Territories in a Twin Otter, workhorse of the North.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dj may View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Thanks, Tom - you're very kind and your comment about our common aesthetic is, I think, right on.
    My latest book is "Wild Canada", produced for Canada's 150th year of Confederation. It's on Blurb too. It was a limited edition of 450 copies and sold out quite quickly!
    We should try to get together for a shoot!

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    Yes we should. I don't have any plans this year to visit my friends in Red Bay, ON this year, but if that changes I'll let you know. If you get down this way, let me know. The Niagara Gorge is spectacular in the fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dj may View Post
    Facebook censored this image. The account of my experiment with Facebook business page is at https://djessemay.com/news-articles/...-or-worse.html Enjoy. Hopefully you will find it entertaining.
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    I have been told by many friends that I should get a Facebook account and every time I got close another bit of news about how Facebook wants to control you comes out in the news. Then I was told to get an Instagram photo account only to find out Facebook bought them out.

    No thanks to Facebook also. I have had nightmares regarding various online issues and dealing with people half my age, but yours is the best advice-stay off Facebook and forget about any account with them.
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    I was on Facebook some years ago, got hacked twice and decided my privacy was more important than "social media". I don't miss it at all.
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    Evening

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    One more, we are above the arctic circle here so the sun barely dips below the horizon. It was an incredible scene with a cloud inversion in the valley below, the sun dropped and then a sun pillar appeared. The mountains in Norway looked beautiful.



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    Quote Originally Posted by algrove View Post
    OMG

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    No thanks to Facebook also. I have had nightmares regarding various online issues and dealing with people half my age, but yours is the best advice-stay off Facebook and forget about any account with them.
    To be clear, I was testing a business page and not a personal page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dj may View Post
    To be clear, I was testing a business page and not a personal page.
    I realized that but IMHO it applies to personal accounts too.
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    A view of the Singapore CBD skyline from the One Fullerton bayside. Hasselblad H3D-39 with HCD28 and HTS1.5 rotated to portrait mode, full rise. 4 second exposure at ISO100. f/11.


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    Seljalandsfoss, behind the waterfall

    I know it's a classic, but as all classics it's a classic for good reasons. Witnessing an amazing sunrise standing behind the waterfall of Seljalandsfoss, in Iceland, is exciting and almost overwhelming! No matter how classic it is, it is a sight to behold and an unforgettable experience.*8 memorable seconds exposed with Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 21mm, and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



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    Corleone (Sicily) lies between two rocks: the Castello Soprano and the Castello Sottano.

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    My version of fireworks (much less noisy and polluting) taken with the XF/IQ4-150/SK150.

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    No noise and no pollution .
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    Yes, the sky was actually this color..... only a white and black point adjustment along with some sharpening...the image was cropped

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    Yes, the sky was actually this color..... only a white and black point adjustment along with some sharpening...the image was cropped

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    Strictly a fun picture - exploring the Northwest Territories in a Twin Otter, workhorse of the North.
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    nice!! I love Yellowknife the Aurora should be starting next month!!
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    Dawn’s Rush - Camera Phase One XF IQ4 150 Breakthrough 10 stop ND

    This is definitely not my normal thing. Actually, I think the images from this trip are my first images with architecture in them. This one was at 4:30 in the morning In Venice. I know this angle of Venice has been shot a gazillion times. It was still fun. I love shooting and printing. For me the best time of the day in Venice was before anyone was up and about. Don’t worry I have not abandoned my tree photography for architecture. A friend of mine said what’s next fashion and product photography. I laughed. Not a chance.
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    Don’t mess with the lioness’s :
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    Morning

    Quick shot from helicopter trip off the mountains the other night, 3am light above the Arctic circle.

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    The magnificent color striation of a redwood tree. S007 w S 24mm
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    Quick snap handheld through my bedroom window. X1D with XCD 80, 1/1250 @f2.4, ISO 100, 100% crop

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    Strolling along to find the next kill, albeit amongst the elephant poop.

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    At the end of the day, yes, even Leopards are just cats!

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    Last one as I'm sure folks are getting safari fatigue.

    Yes you can shoot birds with the GFX, albeit lazy ones (One of about five bird images I attempted. There's a reason you aren't seeing the other four )

    Fuji GFX 50s ISO1000 1/400s f/4 250mm.

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    Strolling along to find the next kill, albeit amongst the elephant poop.

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    This guy (or female) surely wants to know , what kind of camera you are using .
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    This guy (or female) surely wants to know , what kind of camera you are using .
    He knew that one of us was not like the others 😬
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Last one as I'm sure folks are getting safari fatigue.
    No way Graham, for me you can keep them coming
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