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Comment by michael tagg on May 22, 2012 at 9:14

Thanks Elaine-were you also in Kruger at the Timbavati picnic spot? mike

Comment by Josh on May 21, 2012 at 21:29

Hi Bill, nice to meet you! :-)) Of course I like you!!

Comment by Elaine de Bruin on May 21, 2012 at 15:08

Hi Mike!  I photographed the same bird over the weekend!  Great photo!

Comment by TRACI RAUTENBACH on May 21, 2012 at 14:38

another stunning pic ... My favourite bird so much character  have a lovely day Mike

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Nice article on an interesting specialization.

Nice article on an interesting specialization.

BurkleHagen: Seeing the possible in food photography
Northeast Ohio has an evolving and diverse food scene, and now there are two men dedicated to capturing some of that tastiness on camera.

[The Nature Photographer] belongs to that rare category of people who put beauty...

[The Nature Photographer] belongs to that rare category of people who put beauty before profit and contemplation before interest - people for whom beauty is profitable and contemplation is a fundamental attitude for the enrichment of life.
In this group he will find himself in the company of the most generous and elevated minds, of those who, be they artists or not, have offered us the means of feeling at peace with the universe, of feeling the trace of the infinite and the presence of the eternal. Certainly they are a composite group and those who lead it will seem way above us, but the important thing is to feel that one is marching under the same banner, to the sound of the same fanfare.
Nature awaits him with her infinite variety; the discovery of distant lands, or opportunities no less Important or desired for, which may be just around the corner. Enjoyable walks await him, stimulating journeys; the priceless satisfaction whatever may be the outcomes of his photography, of a day well spent.
Camillo Semenzato

Shutter stilled for top photographer Wilkins
EXTRAORDINARY, intelligent and a perfectionist. These were just a few of the words used to describe world-renowned photographer Barrie Wilkins, 78, who died at his Port Elizabeth home on Sunday. An optometrist by profession Wilkins, who was active in photography for more than 50 years, had been hono…

Interesting read.

Interesting read.

The Online Photographer: Will Your Photos Outlast You?
Words and photographs by Gordon Lewis One of my ongoing interests—I won’t use the word concerns because that could imply worry or anxiety—is how long my images will last. Given my own impermanence, I lack the hubris to expect that...

Good article on a useful piece of equipment.

Good article on a useful piece of equipment.

Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Polarizing Filters
A short while ago, I addressed the ins and outs of selecting and using a neutral density filter; to follow up on the basic theme of cool things you can attach to the front of a lens, let’s now take a look at polarizing filters.



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