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    JohnKoerner 12-26-2016, 02:17 PM Go to last post

    Dying Flowers, Adapting Spiders

    The flowers and foliage of San Dimas Canyon are all dying, thanks to our California drought (mostly, there are a few green ones hanging in there) and

    JohnKoerner 07-31-2016, 06:34 PM Go to last post

    First Falcon Shots

    All shots taken w 2x TC III @ 900mm, 1/100, f/8, ISO 1000 (except the first, which was

    JohnKoerner 07-10-2016, 05:36 PM Go to last post

    San Dimas Canyon Creek - Microhabitat

    Despite how hot it's been in drought-ridden So CA, there is still a little bit of water left in San Dimas Canyon Creek:

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    JohnKoerner 06-19-2016, 08:24 PM Go to last post

    Why I like the Nikon D810

    Here is a real-world example showing the extreme usability of the D810 in salvaging an image ...

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