I do a lot of bird photography, so much that I’ve reached the point where I can often anticipate the behavior of different bird species and position myself to get the photo I want. For instance, I know that Eastern Bluebirds will often land on top of the tallest nearby plant in a field. I have a number of photos of bluebirds perched on tall plants above a field. Goldfinches also hang around … Continue reading
I spend a number of hours each week carrying camera equipment through woods and fields while chasing photos of small birds. During these excursions I often encounter “non-feathered” wildlife, but anything larger than a chipmunk or squirrel can be difficult to shoot because of the long lens I’m using (Canon EF 600 f/4L with a 1.4x teleconverter, the equivalent of 840mm … Continue reading
I’ve added a variety of photos taken during a foggy visit to the Bastei, a rock formation above the Elbe River in Germany.
The sun rises behind Newport Fishing Pier in Sunny Isles Beach, Fla.