Cedar Waxwings are very distinctive birds, with their shiny, silky feathers of brown, gray, yellow and black. They stand tall when perched, with their crest swept back stylishly above their black mask. Wing feathers have waxy red tips (that’s where waxwings get their name) and tail feathers are tipped with yellow. It almost looks as if Cedar Waxwings are permanently dressed for … Continue reading
I’ve learned through many years of photography that it is important to always keep my eyes moving when I’m walking through an area with my camera. Whether I’m in a city or a forest, I’m always scanning for possible photographs. I’m analyzing how light and shadows work with buildings or landscapes, how foreground elements fit into a broader composition, how … Continue reading
I’ve added photos taken in a variety of parks in Central Ohio.
Shadows of a split rail fence darken a trail in Blendon Woods Metro Park, Westerville, Ohio.