Istanbul exhibition displays different sights of Istanbul shot by Tamron Lenses.
Most of these images were captured with my Canon 5D and Sigma 50mm f/2.8 EX DG macro lens.
January 2013 - icicles shot in Mazama, WA and the Columbia Gorge. Enjoy!
All shots were taken with the Tamron 18–270mm Di II VC PZD lens
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Random photos from my collection. I shoot with a Canon Rebel XSi and a Tamron 18-270 zoom lens.
My Winter Exhibit - These photos were all taken with my Nikon D7000 and Tamron 10-24mm lens. All of the photos were taken in Southern Oregon.
The water is cold. The divers are tough. The fish are plentiful and the underwater landscapes diverse. A collection of images from dives around Iceland, where water temperatures range from -1° C (30° F) to 9° C (48° F). All images taken with Canon 500D camera with Tamron 10-2…
A collection of owls, young and old, nesting and in flight. They include the Great Horned Owl, the Barn Owl, the Snowy Owl, the Spotted Owl, the Western Screech Owl and a couple of unidentified Owls.
All photos are copyright protected and should not be copied or rep…
Who could ever tire of watching the natural world at work and play? Enjoy my images and please sign my Guestbook!! For more images and to order cards or prints, go to CarolSheppard@smugmug.com or contact me directly at CarolSheppardPhotography@gmail.com.
All photo's made with my iphone4.
They are details of bigger artwork in la-defense paris.
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