some park shots

Discussion in 'Photography' started by Mark Evans, 13 Feb 2010.

  1. Mark Evans

    Mark Evans Expert

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    went to rufford park with young daniel today.

    as you'll see, the robins played ball.

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    tempting them with seed always helps

    This one was watching Dan place the seed.

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    Rufford is a great place for birds and wild life in general. thier rather tame which helps.

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    there's some great inspirational bits of wood covered in mosses too.

    stumpy4.jpg

    and finally Me, posing. 8)

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  2. Gill

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    Stunning Shots, Can i use the 1st one for my desktop
     
  3. Mark Evans

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    of course mate, send your email to

    markevans127@googlemail.com

    and i'll send the high res shot! :thumbup:

    thanks for asking gill :D
     
  4. Gill

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    coolio
     
  5. Gill

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    Thanks, Looks Soooooooo Goood as a Desktop
     
  6. viktorlantos

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    Brilliant shot Mark! :thumbup:
    Which lens you used to capture them?
     
  7. aquaticmaniac

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    These are...friggin awesome! 3 & 4 are my favourites. I'm going to do a Gill and ask for them too :lol:

    Hubby and I think you should enter the wildlife photography of the year competition. (Just don't make the squirrel jump over a fence :p )
     
  8. rawr

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    These shots are beautiful. I love animal photography. :) Especially like the fourth one.
     
  9. Mark Evans

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    your welcome. The full res shots are a world apart from the uploaded ones.

    in actual fact, last night i had the best lesson ever from my best mate jamesm (who is actually a whiz with all things technical) in how to get the best from my images. I've been doing the whole process wrong! things should change now.

    cheers viktor. it's the 135mm f2 L. i managed to get my old one back 8)

    Thanks ever so much,mail me leah and i'll send them over :thumbup:

    yeah, i did here about the disqualification.

    i'm going back to the park (without Dan) to spend some proper time there. there's all kinds of birds that come. all kinds of Tits, nuthatches,dunnocks and many finches all come real close.

    thanks thomas, recently my love for outdoor photography, has taken a much welcomed boost of 'get out and do it' ]

    I'm finding beauty in almost anything and it's opening my eyes in how to maybe approach future scapes. Moss does rule the natural world, so I'll be following this avenue closely

    tree-1.jpg
     
  10. George Farmer

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    Great captures, Mark. Love the bokeh.

    What lens(es)?
     
  11. Gill

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    THat Stump diserves a Good home in someones tank ;)
     
  12. aquaticmaniac

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    Agreed on the stump!

    Thanks for the photos, Mark. The bird is now my desktop background :D Gorgeous stuff.
     
  13. LondonDragon

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    Great photos as always Mark, composition always spot on, congrats :)
     

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