I’m not certain if the osprey is my favourite raptor because of its striking appearance or because I have had the good fortune to be able to photograph them with their young for several years. I’m in the process of… Read More ›
It’s A New Year
Happy New Year to all! Sorry I have been absent from the blogging world for awhile (if anyone noticed). But I have been doing some housekeeping, or at least organizing, and some learning. First, the organizing. I finally sat down… Read More ›
The Bird’s Butt
I believe that I have mentioned in the past that photographing the backend of wildlife is a pain in the butt! There is nothing more frustrating than getting ready for an impromptu shot only to have the bear, deer, moose,… Read More ›
I have frequently talked about the mistakes photographers make that result in lost or poor shots. Those mistakes are goofs we wish we hadn’t made. However, today I made a mistake with very interesting results. I have just purchased a… Read More ›
As usual, I can easily be distracted from the thread of a current topic And this is the case now. I’ll return to the geese later but wanted to share this experience with you now. The other day, after I… Read More ›
As the weeks went on, the young grew bigger and bigger. This made the nest seem smaller and smaller! And as they grew they became more active and demanding. So housekeeping seemed to be a chore for the mother, and… Read More ›
The osprey continue!
It’s the beginning of the new year and I haven’t completed the old year. Which was very exciting and satisfying. I just completed my show on the osprey and it was a challenge to choose the photos for it. I… Read More ›
Well, I’m fina…
Well, I’m finally back. I have been culling my photos for my blog, website and a show this fall. I am doing the blog first. Perhaps to give you an idea of how many photos I have to sift through… Read More ›
This summer I finally decided to track the osprey from babies to flight from the nest. I have watched them for over a decade but never committed myself to the time it would take. So for most of July and… Read More ›
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