Whenever I go to Ding Darling, the Cardinals are always flying back and forth across the road. I like watching them as I look around, but
Tripod Canon 7D Canon 180mm macro ISO 400 1/320 sec f8.
We had a little sunshine so I took the opportunity to photograph these catkins in the back
I am happy to say that I am finally making my (bird photographer's) dream come true and for the first time since more than
Beautiful morning with the feel of a new spring. Caught this Western Meadow lark calling, waited for a long time to try and capture a flight shot but
I used Topaz Clarity and then I duplicated the layer and set it to color burn mode at lowered opacity and fill, and I masked it off the lower part a good
Remask, Adjust, Flood & Simplify.
After revisiting some older images, I processed this one today from my trip to Canada photographing Great Grey Owls with Daniel and Doug last year. Traveled
I made a control by <!--[if gte mso 9]><xml> <w:WordDocument> <w:View>Normal</w:View> <w:Zoom>0</w:Zoom>
The light was coming from the side.
I think the perch was a cute one.
Thanks for looking.
Canon 5D M III
Canon 500 f4.0
Owls hunting along roads and performing with mate and resting in grassy stubble. Silent flyers making aerial displays at sundown.