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A few nights back we had a series of strong storms roll through central Oklahoma. I took this image after noticing some lightning in the distance west of my house. The photo doesn't do how intense the lighting was. I had never seen lighting like this before. The best way for me to explain fully its intensity was that it was similar to the Aurora Borealis. The light would sheet through the clouds and be iridescent. It was such a fun storm to see......from a distance of course .
One of my FB friends posted this, by a Japanese photographer called Kohki Yamaguchi. Quite stunning. In the foreground you have the Gardens by the Bay and the Supertree Grove, then the three towers of the now iconic Marina Bay Sands hotel / casino, and across the bay, the Fullerton Hotel, formerly the main Post Office. Behind that the CBD begins
finally ventured out to the nearby everglades wildlife refuge early this morning.
family of whitetails were browsing and obliged grudgingly with several photos from a safe distance.
d500, 200-500mm at 340mm, iso 6400, f/6.3, 1/40 sec, handheld cropped about 50%.
The electric razor looks like it mulched and ripped off the whisker, now I know why some will not go back to a electric razor because they are tuggie. Maybe the newer ones have improved but I doubt it.
anhinga drying its wings while perched on storm drain across canal behind the house this rainy afternoon.
looks like it had a little damage to right wing.
d500 with 600/f4, iso 3200, 1/1600 sec, f4.5, handheld, crop about 40% of frame.
Having the day off, so I took a little tour-de-photo
I am about 14 days late, but I managed to find a rape field where the flowers still were in pretty good shape, most of the rape has started shedding the petals by now.