I seldom photograph American Robins because they are too easy to photograph. That statement may sound like a contradiction, but it’s fact. Robins are very common most of the year in my area so finding one isn’t difficult. They also aren’t as skittish as many other birds so they don’t fly off when I approach with my camera. It isn’t a challenge to get a photo of a robin, so I often ignore … Continue reading
When I look through my collection of nuthatch photos I often need to recalibrate my brain. Many of the photos appear, at first glance, to be upside down. But the orientation of the photo is correct. That’s the world of the nuthatch. It spends much of its life with its head pointing toward the ground, clinging to tree bark while looking for insects hiding in bark or for food it has hidden in … Continue reading
Shadows of a split rail fence darken a trail in Blendon Woods Metro Park, Westerville, Ohio.