Photo of the Day: February 2019


macrumors 68030
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Apr 14, 2005
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As it's another day downunder already here's another view of the delightful fixer-upper sitting in the middle of some grape growing fields.

The french city Colmar
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Apple fanboy

macrumors Nehalem
Feb 21, 2012
Behind the Lens, UK
Took this picture of a wren for a friend of mine, too bad it didn't want to sit on a regular branch.
Wren by Martin Fuchs, on Flickr
Birds never do what we want. Unless you don’t have your camera with you!
Self portrait

M9 with Zeiss Planar 50mm @F2 1/15, ISO160
You’ve changed since I last saw you. You look much younger here! ;)
Little Blue Heron

Very strange birds. Almost prehistoric looking.