I was surprised to catch these sea birds nest building on a freshwater lake.
Canon 7D Canon 100-400 L Hand Held.
A rather choice alpine which has thrived in an old stone sink for 24 years !
Sigma 50mm macro
Here is an adult Western Screech-Owl I photographed in Madera Canyon, Arizona, USA.
I played about ten seconds of recorded song to gauge
Not the best IQ, etc, but just a fun bird to discover. They can easily be mistaken for a sparrow hopping around on the ground until you look more closely.
This image was created on the next-to-last afternoon of the Fort DeSoto IPT with the Induro GIT 304L/Mongoose M3.6-mounted Canon EF 600mm f/4L IS II USM
Just another fun image with the Burrowing Owls. Would like to get suggestions from you for a better title!
400f4 II DO
A bit of WIP and practice shots with the 500mm f4 , no bait involved in this shot ,its the birds favoured post out of five that are situated on the edge
This image evolved over time. When I first saw them, I was taken with the mix of colors among the pods -- oranges, browns, yellows and greens -- and
Kirky is my shop cat. Quite the fellow, he follows me around the yard like a dog, and loves to help with my shop projects. I was in the process of rigging
f/4 500mm with 1.4
This is another frame from my time with the Ringed Plover last
Greetings. The month is already almost over and I haven't put up a theme shot. Here's one that I started last month... ;-)
I was deep in the water with this Black Necked Stilt just 30 minutes before sunset. I love being in nature in this magic hour.
Why don't camera manufacturers offer Arca-Swiss plates as original equipment?
Took the morning off of work and got to the beach to photograph shorebirds in breeding plumage before they continue their migration and go farther north.
I captured this image at Lake Mirror in the center of Lakeland, Florida. Comments and critique welcomed and appreciated. Thank you for viewing.