David Mathre Photography

Welcome to my Images of the Day Photo blog. My goal is to post images from each day of the year going back to 2006 when I got my first DSLR camera. Images I post on Google+ are also forwarded to this Photo blog. I am a retired chemist that worked nearly thirty years in the Pharmaceutical industry. I took my first DSLR camera on a road trip across the United States, and became hooked, with my new passion becoming a photographer. I now spend all my time traveling and taking pictures. Since then I have visited over 50 countries, many on Semester at Sea voyages. My photographic interests include travel, the natural world, landscapes, and photographic techniques. I always want to learn something new and the only way to become better is to learn from mistakes.

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Ten-Years Ago (05-June-2017) — New Jersey

Late spring backyard walkabout. More rabbits with red-eye due to reflections of the flash. Instead of red-eye, the deer have a bright white (with a bluish tint) reflection. In addition, daisy wildflowers, a crane fly, and a chipping sparrow.

Rabbit with a red-eye in the grass and clover. Late-spring backyard nature in New Jersey. Image taken with a Nikon D2xs camera and 70-200 mm f/2.8 lens + 1.4 TC-E II teleconverter and SB-800 flash (ISO 100, 280 mm, f/4, 1/60 sec) (David J Mathre)

Rabbit with a red-eye in the grass and clover. Late-spring backyard nature in New Jersey. Image taken with a Nikon D2xs camera and 70-200 mm f/2.8 lens + 1.4 TC-E II teleconverter and SB-800 flash (ISO 100, 280 mm, f/4, 1/60 sec) (David J Mathre)

 

Doe with bright eyes reflecting the flash. Late-spring backyard nature in New Jersey. Image taken with a Nikon D2xs camera and 70-200 mm f/2.8 lens + 1.4 TC-E II teleconverter and SB-800 flash (ISO 100, 280 mm, f/4, 1/60 sec) (David J Mathre)

Doe with bright eyes reflecting the flash. Late-spring backyard nature in New Jersey. Image taken with a Nikon D2xs camera and 70-200 mm f/2.8 lens + 1.4 TC-E II teleconverter and SB-800 flash (ISO 100, 280 mm, f/4, 1/60 sec) (David J Mathre)

 


 

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