Canon 5D Mark III, Canon L 70-300mm, ISO 400, F/5.6, 1/100s
I know I posted this red panda already a couple of weeks ago, but I find him too sweet to not also post the remaining photos I have of him (or her?!). So here you go. You’re welcome.
Canon 5D Mark III, Canon L 70-300mm, ISO-400, F/5.6, 1/320s, 300mm
Another shot from the zoo in Leipzig. A really nice zoo that everybody should visit who gets the chance.
Canon 5D Mark III, Canon L 70-300mm, ISO-200, F/5.6, 1/250sec, 300mm
A Rhino in Leipzig Zoo.
Canon 5D Mark III, Canon L 70-300mm, ISO-500, f/8, 1/500sec, 260mm
This is a red fox in Leipzig Zoo.
Canon 5D Mark III, Canon L 70-300mm, ISO-400, F/5.6, 1/125s, 300mm
We saw this Red Panda when visiting the zoo in Leipzig recently. Isn’t he cute? He is also a member of an endangered species. There are only 10000 mature individuals remaining in the wilderness. It is a shame. I hope my little daughter still will be able to see them once she is older.
iPhone 6s, F/2.2, 1/668s, ISO-25
This little guy tried to escape the rain and exposed himself to all the people going for a walk on that road.
iPhone 6s – F/2.2, 1/160s, ISO 25, 4mm
Last Sunday I went for a short walk in the neighborhood just after a short rain shower. On one of the garden walls, a whole bunch of snails tried to escape the rain. I captured only two of them, but there were probably five or 6 in total. Again and again, I’m amazed how good some of the pictures are that the iPhone produces. This one was processed with Photoshop Express on the phone.
Today, I have a second photo and that is a photo that I captured in similar ways in previous years. Fresh spring blossoms on trees. It just so nice to see nature awakening after the winter. Spring is coming.
iPhone 6s, F/2.2, 1/845s, ISO 25, 4mm
On another note, I ordered a new lens: Canon 100mm macro F/2.8 USM. By the time this post goes live, I should have the lens. Expect first photos taken with that lens by next week Friday!