Landscapes

  Driving along the back roads of Nebraska yields never ending landscape possibilities.  The color version of this this image did reach out and grab me but knowing the possibilities of finishing it in b&w made it a worthwhile stop. Nikon D5,...

Nebraska Plains

  Finding a windmill was relatively easy but finding on that was accessible and one that had a clean background was somewhat of a challenge. Nikon D5,...

First Light

  The activity on the lek starts before sunrise so to the ISO gets bumped up in an effort to catch some of the early morning action. At times like the, I’m simply amazed at how well the camera works in very low light situations. Nikon D5, Nikkor 600f4 VR with a Nikon TC-14E III...

Sunset on the Platte River

    If you’re in Nebraska this time of year one of the must do things is to check out the Sandhill Cranes along the Platte River.  During the daylight hours you will see them in the fields feeding but at sunset they fly back to the river where they will settle in for the night.   This was just a simple handheld click as the sun dropped below the horizon. Nikon D5, Nikon 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6...

Day 2 Prairie Chickens

    Another great morning on the Prairie Chicken lek.  The Nikon D5 is absolutely an awesome camera for this, by far the best autofocus system that I have ever used.  Prairie Chickens and Grouse are very fast moving critters with short bursts of explosive action that the D5’s focus locks on and follows effortlessly. Nikon D5, Nikkor 600f4 VR with a Nikon TC-14E III...

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