Buffalo Grass

© Aggie Villanueva

Buffalo Grass

Uploaded: June 17, 2008

Description

West Texas high plains grazing buffalo. I took this when a group of us, including Joyce Meck from our BP NM Photo Club, met at club member, Connie Barnett's beautiful TX home for a photo meet. Heavy post processing.

Exif: F Number: 18, Exposure Bias Value: -1.00, ExposureTime: 1/250 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 400, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 148.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS 5D

Comments

Karen Slagle June 17, 2008

I love you pov on this shot, Aggie, very unusual. And the colors are to die for. Can't wait to see more from Caprock. Bet you don't miss our heat!!! #944051

Aggie Villanueva June 21, 2008

I so enjoyed every moment there, but I got to admit it was nice to get back to weather where I don't have to turn the air conditioner on until afternoon and can turn it off before 9 PM. Soon as I get the time I'll work on some more TX shots. I'm itchin' to get to 'em. #6091353

June 24, 2008

What fun! Aggie, this is outstanding! Great foreground, background, and I love the position of the buffalo in the picture. Very creative and spot on! #6103236

Aggie Villanueva June 24, 2008

Thank you so much, Deborah. Ever since Connie told me we were going to shoot buffalo I've been so excited to do it. Not many came out because of the extreme distance and I didn't have a big boy lens, but this one is great up to 11X14. #6103473

Nancyj E. Hovey level-classic June 19, 2009

Awesome image...

C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S
on your EFP..8o) #7646595

Aggie Villanueva June 19, 2009

Thankx so much, Nancy. #7648010

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