Category Archives: Bird Photography
Today’s post features one of my favorite warblers, the Magnolia Warbler. Captured at Magee Marsh in northern Ohio, this beautiful male was flitting about the trees as it fed and rested, before crossing Lake Erie for his summer home in Canada: Magee Marsh is a wonderful place to see and photograph migrating warblers in the […]
Today’s post features an image I captured a few years ago, near Port Aransas, Texas. Photographic Equipment Used: Canon 5D Mark 3 camera body Canon 500mm IS lens + Canon 1.4x TC Bogen 3021 tripod and Wemberly gimbal head ISO 200 Aperture f/5.6 Shutter 1/160 sec.
Today’s post feature some images I captured while enjoying coffee on my front patio last week. It was a cool, quiet, early morning on the front patio … that is, until something came falling through the leaves and the limbs of the big oak tree. Then a “thud”, followed by a baby Blue Jay shaking […]
Today’s post features some images I captured this week from my front patio. Earlier in spring, I purchased a really nice hanging fuschia plant and located it just outside my front door. Within a few days, I noticed a lot of “debris” in the planter. Setting up a ladder, I went to remove the debris. […]
Today’s post features a couple of photos of Ring-necked Pheasants (males) that were captured at Squaw Creek NWR in northwest Missouri, a few years ago. Squaw Creek NWR (now called Loess Bluffs NWR) is located near the northwest tip of Missouri, and is at the southern edge of the ring-necked pheasant range: Photographic Equipment Used: […]
Today’s post features a couple of phone camera images I captured yesterday at my church here in the Missouri Ozarks. Yesterday the five baby Eastern Bluebird babies turned one-week old! While photographing them, one of the “toddlers” thought I was mom, bringing some food to the box: Photographic Equipment Used: Google Pixel 3 phone camera