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An aggressive snowy egret had just faced down this reddish egret and intruded on its territory. It now has a wee fish in its beak as the reddish egret unhappily looks on. Merritt Island on 10/10/10.

Poached eggs | Image source:

Purple barley, celtuce, rhubarb, green pea dashi

"365: the 2017 edition"

"Day 062/365"

"Day 62" "2017_one_photo_each_day"

"#102" "What`s Cooking" "117 Pictures in 2017"

A look back to the lazy hazy days of last summer, starting to get to grips with a backlog of shots whilst its snowing.

taken with the early morning sun behind which gave it this glow.

This image is one of the featured images in the ICBC Autoplan 2014 Destinations Calendar (November).


The wind was pretty wicked on the water today and it was overcast all day, but I just had a feeling it was going to be great out here near the water. So I grabbed the camera, my black card and filters, and headed to the point to see how it was. There were white caps and the 4 stop ND filter was doing what it needed to do. I had about 13-30 seconds of exposure time to play with. Plenty to paint my scene the way I wanted to.


Black Card Technique, No HDR or DRI


This image also made 14th place in Canon's Landscape DP Challenge.

HBW 04.15.09


Be vewy, vewy quiet...


--Elmer Fudd


practically what I want to do to my wall.


After visiting "The Egg" several weeks ago, I decided that a return visit was needed at dusk (last time was night already).


Personally, I think this one is my favourite.


The Egg, is officially known as the National Centre for Performing Arts.

This image is NOT HDR, it is a long exposure taken with my trusty B+W 110 3.0 (10 Stop) filter.


Canon 40D | Sigma 10-20mm @ 10mm | f13 | 202 Sec | ISO100


Little processing has been done, apart from a slight crop on the right, and some noise reduction in the sky. The colour comes from a combination of the dusky sky, and the slight colour cast given by the filter. It was a very windy day, and I was very happy with how the water smoothed out!

Really came into their own this year 3 years sine originally planting in a 15" pot now well established blooms 1 1/4" across starting a second pot off this tear.

local fishermen's boat on a private beach, at the mouth of a sanctuary at sunrise

Nuevo Vallarta, Riviera Nayarit, Mexico


I spent many mornings standing in the surf to get the right comp. Good thing the water was warm! And that my tripod is carbon fiber, instead of metal.....


Digital Photographer photo of the day, December 9, 2011


I invite you to visit my Facebook page

If I had more depth in my yellow fabric stash, I'd be starting this next.

Whole species are being hunted to extinction, as part of an illegal trade that benefits organised criminals and armed gangs.


It’s not just a crime against wildlife, 1,000 rangers have been killed in the last ten years, which is two per week, every week.


In South Africa alone, one arrest for rhino related crime happens every day.

Part of a cows head 1

6d 400mm

Macro Mondays group challenge for 14/08/17 - "High Key"


Stuck for which image to choose - again. This is 1 of 2 possibles but there are actually many more high key shots in the pipeline...


HMM to one and all. Another challenge that involved eating (some of) the subject matter!

Photo credit: Rachel Lewis

This is made with glasses and looks like a stained glass

on sale at my Etsy shop!


Holga | Fuji Velvia 100 | Tetenal Colortec C-41 (30°) | xprocess


Poached Eggs

Asparagus and asparagus cream.


Boulette's Larder

San Francisco, California

(June 3, 2017)


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