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You have a great gallery!
Have enjoyed looking through your galleries. You have some truly stunning images. Joan
Monte, I came across your work on photo.net, noticed you own the AF-S 200-400mm f/4 VR zoom. That is my dream lens (I see there is now a Mark II version of it), seems the lens could pay for itself if your images are good enough. The images in your galleries are amazing! Keep up the good work.
Hello - fantastic galleries!!!! Amazing diversity and well composed, sharp images of so many different species. I am planning on being in So. Cal this coming March and am wondering if the San Joaquin Wildlife Refuge is the one located in Irvine?
Really enjoyed looking through your galleries here. Your photography has come along wonderfully.
Beautiful work indeed, I have seen your wonderful port in PN, congratulations //Salvador
You are truly dedicated (or addicted)as you say, either way I truly enjoy your work.
Also I noticed knobby as your name? I raced motocross at Saddleback, Carlsbad, Rawhide all in CMC, and was with CYCLE magazine for 7 years as the off-road editor
I grew up in So Cal and recognize a lot of the names, but only been into bird photography for a year and a half--thank my wife, the real birder in the family. Your work is just stunning, from the stunning skimmer action to the patience to catch the eating sequences. I think it takes a photographer to appreciate real photography and yours is a delight to look through. Perhaps we can shoot together sometime
I have enjoyed looking through your galleries, keep up the good work!
I just finished looking at your duck pictures. They are beautiful! As are your other photos. It gives me something to shoot for . . . But it was too cold for me at Bolsa Chica this morning; perhaps I'll get a warm jacket for Christmas. Though I'd rather have a long lens.
Raymond J Barlow
Thanks for the message in my pbase, and to answer your question, I do not see a lot of difference with my 200-400 @ f4 or f5.6., but i do not study so closely as others do.
Kingfishers are though. I am fortunate enough to have them in my own back yard where I can devote considerable amount of time to get close enough for a decent pic:
Thanks for stopping by
Nice Galleries , I met you today at SJWR . Im sure I will see you around.