Wow you guys have been busy. Don't like the sideways layout though its a pain with my non widescreen monitor.
Jekostas I'm amaized at your brown flying seagul with the 70-300 that's an excellent shot. I've been trying to get birds in flight with that lens & failed miserably.
If you've any tips I'd be very grateful especially now I know it can be done.
Missed focussing drives me mad, even when I'm sure it's focussed the lens often decides to cycle out of focus before trying to refocus & obviously the moments gone, very frustrating
Raven those are lovely colourful shots it must have been a wonderful trip. The two tigers are my favourite very nice.
Flintlock welcome to the world of Olympus looks like you've made a good start, posted width between 800 & 1000 max would be good though as Jekostas & Don said.
I resize my shots in Elements 6, Picassa 3 or with Microsoft "picture it" depending on which pc I'm using but lots of programmes can do it.
Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
- the fun's in finding them
We have been having a great Spring here in Georgia. Winter was unusual as it was consistently cold and also very wet. We tend to have at least one early week of warm weather that causes some plants to flower ahead of schedule. This year everything is popping in a very short 2-3 week window. I went up to a wildflower preserve in north Georgia Sunday. Lots of flowers both large and small. The Virginia Bluebells were peaking. I caught this bee on a visit with the 70-300. He was giving the flowers a good shaking.