2015 Faves, Part 2
Another fun experience in 2015 was my trip to the Platte River in Nebraska, in early spring to photograph the migrating Sandhill Cranes. I always enjoy a 3-4 day trip to the Platte River, where there can be several hundred thousand cranes and, if lucky, you might even spot a Whooping Crane in the crowd! […]
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It Doesn’t Get Any Better!
Today’s post comes from second trip to a blind at Rowe Sanctuary, on the Platte River in Nebraska. This blind visit was on my last evening on the Platte River and I still had one goal that hadn’t been reached … to capture cranes flying in front of the sun, or in front of a […]
Rowe Blind, Part 3
Today’s post concludes the first evening I spent in a Rowe Sanctuary blind on the Platte River in Nebraska, photographing Sandhill Cranes as they returned to the river for overnight roosting. If you missed the previous two posts from this blind, you can find them here: “Rowe Blind, Part 1” “Rowe Blind, Part 2” As […]
Rowe Blind, Part 2
Following up on yesterday’s post, where Sandhill Cranes were returning to the Platte River to roost (“Rowe Blind, Part 1”), today’s post features images captured just minutes later, when the sun was below the horizon and the sky filled not only with beautiful sunset colors, but thousands of cranes: Through these images, the cranes were […]
Rowe Blind, Part 1
One of the highlights of photographing Sandhill Cranes along the Platte River is photographing from one of the Rowe Sanctuary blinds. The blinds are located right on the Platte River and usually gives one a front seat to a wonderful morning, or evening with the cranes as they either leave the river (mornings) or return […]
Fun Friday: The Dance of Joy!
On my last full day along the Platte River, I continued my quest to capture some decent video of the Sandhill Cranes as they danced and jumped about in the cornfields. For the past few mornings, they would be dancing/jumping when I stopped the car on the roadway. But after pulling my camera up, they […]