badger75 wrote:Those are all magnificent shots. And hand held. Beautiful, truly beautiful.
CBatt2 wrote:SO GOOD! Was thinking about starting a new watercolor soon, and your photos have inspired me!
Amazing camo on the hummingbird nest. It reminds me of a morning I was walking to school along railroad tracks, and came upon a killdeer nest in the rocky embankment that ran alongside. After taking a look, and walking maybe 15 yards farther on, I decided to go back to make a mental note of "exactly" where it was, so I could show my brother on the way home. Only problem was, the eggs were so perfectly camouflaged, I wasn't able to find it again! In retrospect, I should've skipped school and spent the day exploring the tracks...but hindsight is 20/20! LOL!
KankRat wrote:Post some pics of your paintings. I would like to see them. I dig watercolors.
JustinCarf wrote:The bokeh is insane in that snake shot. It's almost swirly. What camera body are you shooting with? I know I've asked you this before, but I forgot.
Woohoodude11 wrote:Speaking of strange sparrows...I saw one this weekend that had most of the same qualities of an average sparrow except it was tiny and looked like it was wearing a burnt red toupee. No clue what that is.
Incredible shots though. That shot you pointed out the bug flying blows my mind too.
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