Impressive stuff, Larry.
C M I Barker | Gamlingay
> On 4 Jun 2020, at 18:17, Lawrence Woods <lmwoods@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> I was practicing with a recently acquired E-M5 II and the 75-300mm M Zuiko
> zoom yesterday at a conservation area in my town and got a few pictures I
> thought worth sharing.
> *A wary eye *
> full frame from less than 2 meters away
> Also at the close-focus end. This is a crop of the center. I am amazed at
> how much detail got captured, especially in the wings, even though it is not
> exactly clear exactly what the autofocus locked on to.
> *Blue Heron*
> Not a macro, obviously. The bird had just speared a fish, but almost missed.
> The fish is impaled on the upper beak only. The bird did manage to get the
> fish off and eat it. Lens was zoomed to 300mm, Shutter speed was 1/250 with
> IS active, but it's not as sharp as I would have liked.
> *Fiddlehead in the snow*
> This picture is from April just after a freak late snowstorm, with my old
> E-M5 I and the 12-40 mm M Zuiko. I love how sharp the water/ice droplets are
> and the details in the filament sheath. When fern plants first emerge in the
> Spring, the tips have a fiddlehead shape that looks even more like a violin
> after the brown sheath disappears and the plant turns green.
> ----- Larry Woods
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