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  Reply # 1222636 26-Jan-2015 18:43
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RileyB: Jessica on her way to set half the country side on fire:

LOL.  Great image, and great comment.  Where do you look to find out when steam trains are coming through your area?




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  Reply # 1222641 26-Jan-2015 18:57
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They don't run often so there normally well advertised when then do, think it's also on nzrails websites







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  Reply # 1225470 30-Jan-2015 16:25
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Another from Wings 2015, and a mantis


vampire strikemaster by Raikyn, on Flickr


mantis by Raikyn, on Flickr

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  Reply # 1227513 2-Feb-2015 11:24
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J32:

Tree in Water - Evening Light - Wanaka, New Zealand


The link through to flickr looks really good. 

Did you HDR this though?  Trees on the left look pretty intense.

Lovely spot though.

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  Reply # 1227546 2-Feb-2015 11:32
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Jaxson:
J32:

Tree in Water - Evening Light - Wanaka, New Zealand


The link through to flickr looks really good. 

Did you HDR this though?  Trees on the left look pretty intense.

Lovely spot though.


No HDR, just went a little overboard their in Lightroom. But I kinda liked the image as a whole that way and went with it. 



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  Reply # 1238990 14-Feb-2015 17:23
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Ants


ant by Raikyn, on Flickr


ant by Raikyn, on Flickr



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  Reply # 1239082 14-Feb-2015 19:39
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More Ants


ant clean up by Raikyn, on Flickr


ants by Raikyn, on Flickr


ant pair by Raikyn, on Flickr

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  Reply # 1241814 18-Feb-2015 17:05
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  Reply # 1241833 18-Feb-2015 17:35
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Raining at feeding time, slight crop, nothing else. Edit: yes, she's upside-down, cleaning.


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  Reply # 1246095 25-Feb-2015 08:28
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First attempts at Aurora pics:







And also some pics that have caused a bit of controversy after being picked up by the ODT (All ten pics here): https://www.flickr.com/photos/rileybaker/sets/72157648655277843/










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  Reply # 1258206 14-Mar-2015 01:36
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Juvenile galahs fighting near the bird feeder in my backyard (resized, no crop, no shop, picasa to add watermark) in the order I took them. Nikon D3200, Nikkor 55-300mm.








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  Reply # 1259446 14-Mar-2015 18:57
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A before and after shot


before and after by Raikyn, on Flickr

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  Reply # 1259476 14-Mar-2015 20:32
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wow. who was the victim?

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  Reply # 1259811 15-Mar-2015 18:54
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Nice Macro's!

 

Few from a 4x4 event here just outside Dunedin, was pretty dry this year so not a huge amount of mud :P

 

 

 

 

 











 

More here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/rileybaker/sets/72157650940888969/





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  Reply # 1259813 15-Mar-2015 18:59
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whatever shutter speed you used, if you lowered it a bit next time you get streaks of mud instead of fine droplets of mist ... but then the shutter speed to get streaks is relative to the wheel spin speed, which you can't control :D

maybe too much info, but yeah i think most people appreaciate creamy chocolate milk ooze vs fine mist :D

nice!

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