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Jakub Jasinski is an amateur nature photographer with thirty years experience with 35mm film and DSLR format. He is specializing in Southwestern landscape and Northeastern macro. Recently (2012) "My Bird List" has been added to the galleries. To find out more click "About the Photographer". More importantly, please enjoy the "Galleries".
Picture of the month
Blue Jay. On a twig suspended under the feeder. Snow makes a natura background. Sony A77, Minolta 300mmf2.8 + 1.4X TC, Flash off shoe attached to the lens end to minimize the blind opening.
Silver Argiope, female (Argiope argentata) Taken March 13, 2012 on the Golden Orb Trail in the Long Key State Park (Mile Marker 67.5). Signs at the trail head explains that the trail is named after the Golden Orb Weaver but this was not one of them. Silver Argiope may be found from the most southern states down to Argentina. Female often eats the much smaller male.
Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) approaching a Purple Loosetrife (Lythrum salicaria)
in South Abington Park on July 17 of 2010 at 8:15 A.M.
SONY A550, ISO 800, exposure 1/1600s at f8 with SIGMA APO DG 70-300 macro, an outstanding glass for the price.
The bee was feeding on weeds a few feet away from Liggets Creek and Layton Rd.. It will not be there in 2011
since the place is now completely changed and there will be nothing to feed on.
Great Egret in flight. May 2010. Taken at the Brigantine National Wildlife Refuge, NJ. North of Florida, Brigantine NWR is the best place to photograph shore birds on East Coast. SONY A550, Minolta 300mm f2.8 at f4, 1/4000s ISO 200.
Picture of previous month
Snow Goose in flight, 45AX (Chen caerulescens) Middle Creek Federal Wildlife Management Area, PA. Taken March 17, 2010 with DSLR A550 Sony camera, Minolta 300mm f2.8 lens set at f5.6, 1/1000s, ISO 200 handheld, image stabilization on. . 45AX is a female banded in 2008 at Īle-aux-oies, Quebec, Canada.
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