This was also taken with the 70-200mm 2.8 and 2 x TC, but on a D750.This is a quick capture, taken inside from behind a window, of a couple frisky lizards making great use of our deck. After the male was "finished", he hopped up onto one of our chairs and relaxed there for the remainder of the evening.
I happened to have had the right tool for the task at hand: D700 with 70-200 2.8 VRII mounted and 2.0 teleconverter attached. View attachment 578528
No problem. There is usually a set of policies posted with the opening post of the thread. They read like this:Not sure what the rules are about posting more than one picture so please let me know if i should delete.
Couple from walking the dog in Aylsebury at the weekend.
Here's my flickr incase anyone is interested.
Here's another one from a rather large group of cows that watched me taking a picture of the moss.
Interesting that it is left off once and the first page has pics of animals having sex and other "horney" beasts...It's August on the International Dateline.
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