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This is Kate from the Tanzania trip. I have a question for your about a couple of your pictures. Would you email me please?
Excellent galleries with amazing pictures. You have a large variety of bird species, and I enjoyed all of them. Congratulations on so beautiful works.
I am so glad that you shared your beautiful pictures with us! The images are stunning. I can see your patience in catching the best shots and your eye in artistic posting. I really enjoy looking at them!
I am glad you made to the reunion and we finally met up after nearly 30 years.
I have seen your bird photography on pbase and really like your work. I have a new photography forum and we have a section dedicated to birds where you can share your work, get comment/critique on it, and can also help others by leaving comment/critique on their work. We have a really great group of photographers on there and would love for you to join and share you work too. We also have many other dedicated photo sections
Hope to see you on the site
Ryan Miller; Owner & Founder pixelperfectforum.com
Many thanks for visiting my galleries & for your kind comments Simon.
I'm glad to have had the chance to visit your galleries. Congratulations on many excellent images.
This is a really nice web site Simon
I really love your galleries and have added you to my favorites. I'll be back for sure.
Keep up the stunning work.
Best wishes, Yoram.
Gary & Sam Wilson
Thank you for visiting my gallery and for your kind compliments. As for freezing the action on the female Anna, that flash did all the work.
Excellent galleries. Enjoyed them all. Your birds in flight are really impressive. I know how hard these are to get.
Saddle in the Sky
Thanks for all the nice comments on my gallery. You live in Charlotte? It's a small world. I belong to the YMCA up on gateway and probably passed you on my walk up there from my apartment on Graham Street. I am closing on a condo a few blocks from gateway, back on greenleaf, in two weeks. We're almost neighbors.
Thanks for the Bosque info. I was going to take a quick trip to Bosque Del Apache next week, but changed my mind and am going to Yellowstone instead. Figure I'd have a better chance at a coyote photo there, maybe a wolf if I'm really lucky.
The Ptarmigan picture you commented on was taken with a 200mm lens. My 100-400 was in the shop getting repaired when I took that trip to the rockies. I found a group of Ptarmigans a short way down a trail. They were so close to me that I had to back up a few times because the minimum focus length on my 70-200 lens is 6 feet.
Thanks for your kind comments on my gallery. I wanted to answer your question about the colors of the D2X vs the D100. While I really love the D100 there is no question that the detail and colors are far better on the D2X. I find I do not need to do much post production processing for the D2x in comparison with the D100. Having said that the D100 is a very capable camera and I would not have upgraded just for the colors. It is a much faster camera for shooting wildlife and has a much better buffer. I am guessing that the new D200 may be the perfect solution. Price vs quality.
It was very nice to meet you Simon. I also really enjoyed checking your folders. You had a wonderful trip this year.
See again around.
Best regards, Mark
Thank you for your visit and nice comments! I really like "The Birds of Alaska" gallery.