This is a semi-regularly updated gallery of the latest images. They're not sorted or categorized, just an example of what kind of subject matters fills the viewfinder on any given day.
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Aiming at the trees didn't show the blue sky, but the water's reflection was at a steeper angle...
Small aperture for the starbursts, which are sunlight reflections from the water
Some of the coolest fungus I've ever seen
Is this kinda creepy or not? I can't decide...
I liked the subtlety
There's something expressive about the position
It's easy to believe the frog was hiding from me, but I think it was avoiding the sunlight, to be honest
One of my better panning attempts, keeping with the geese and blurring the background
The skink knew I was there, but was more intent on warming itself on the rocks
My kind of art
Dispatching a small black rat snake (their bellies are pale) before presenting to the fledglings in the nest
A katydid nymph posing after a rain
I edited out an annoying twig - I'm so ashamed
Graced with a thunderstorm on the only night I was in the area
Wide open at f4, focus gets very short
Sunrise on Driftwood Beach, Jekyll Island, Georgia
Fast asleep, late at night (I was tiptoeing)
The head of the mighty Neuse River, a cool area
About the thickness of a pencil - not exactly foreboding
I was in an awkward position to frame her against the sky, but it works, doesn't it?
A supervillain of the amphibian world, contemplating your death by fiendish means
Selectively oversaturated and desaturated, yet completely natural
Just the red channel from a foggy morning - I love the effect
This was a framing demonstration with subject and background elements, the quick things you can do when faced with a short-lived tableau
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