Indigo Buntings are rather common birds, so it's odd that I don't run across them more often during my photo hikes. I have only a couple of dozen photos of Indigo Buntings in my collection, but it’s a treat each time I find one. One of my favorite bird information websites (All About Birds) says the male Indigo Bunting “looks like a scrap of sky with wings.” It’s hard to come up … Continue reading
I’m in areas year round where I can see wading birds. There’s Ohio’s “north coast,” the parks and wetlands along Lake Erie that we visit in spring to photograph migrating warblers. Central Ohio, where we spend our summer months, has numerous parks with lakes and ponds. And there are the swamp or wetland areas in Southwest Florida where we spend our winter months. So my … Continue reading
Travelers rush through the main concourse of Grand Central Terminal, New York City.