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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Wildlife Photography - Japan Wildlife Photo Tour, Day 10


Red Crowned Cranes in courting ritual

Dueling Canines- Ezo Red Foxes

Let there be light - Japanese lantern under shimmering ice stalactites 

Happiness is snuggling up to Mom on a snowy day

Snow-capped Mount Fuji from Haneda Airport, Tokyo

Valley of the Yokoyu River, Central Japan

Tancho (Red Crowned Crane) in flight over Hokkaido

Stellar Sea Eagle, split second before clinching a fish in its talons

California Dreaming, on such a wintry day

I am in Japan on a travel and wildlife photography tour. Weather is rather good and currently finishing up in Central Japan photographing the Snow Monkeys. You can follow my travels on Facebook and Twitter. See my equipment bag and works on MichaelDanielHo.com

A quick note for my readers to keep you abreast. Sigma is announcing 4 new lenses for the upcoming CP+ Show in Yokohama, Japan. Keep checking back for the latest info. They are the following :

14mm F1.8 DG HSM Art – World’s first F1.8, ultra-wide, full-frame prime lens designed for high resolution cameras; ideal for shooting architecture, astrophotography, documentary and landscapes.

135mm F1.8 DG HSM Art – Formidable telephoto prime with high-speed aperture; ideal for shooting weddings, concerts, events and studio/location portraiture.

24-70mm F2.8 DG HSM OS Art – Fast, constant-aperture zoom workhorse upgraded to the exacting standards of the high performance Sigma Art series.

100-400mm F5-6.3 DG HSM OS Contemporary – Highly versatile, lightweight and compact super zoom touting strong IQ and image stabilization.

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