During the last 20 years I’ve been out with my camera several times a week photographing birds and other wildlife. After a couple of decades of watching birds through my viewfinder I’ve become very good at quickly identifying different birds. But there is an exception to that statement. Identifying the variety of birds in the flycatcher family is extremely difficult for me. … Continue reading
I do quite a bit of wildlife photography so I spend a lot of time looking at a variety of birds through the viewfinder of my cameras. My concentration is on all the technical aspects of photography: focus, exposure, composition, etc. It doesn’t matter if the bird is a cardinal, a sparrow or a finch. But when I get a Tufted Titmouse in the viewfinder I tend to laugh. The large, round … Continue reading
A road travels through the forest in Blendon Woods Metro Park, Westerville, Ohio.