Haven't been out much, to damned hot, but I see some of the northern feathered friends are returning for winter...going to pick up the pace for sure. Only 4 new adds today.
Here's a running list of Bird species spotted, ID'd and photographed at Riverbend Park, clicking on the date will bring you to that days "image gallery" June 01, 2013 001 - Fish Crow 002 - Red Shouldered Hawk 003- Blue-Gray Gnat catcher 004 - Mottled Duck (Female) 005 - Northern Cardinal 006 - Black Bellied Whistling Ducks June 09, 2013 007 - Great Crested Fly Catcher 008 - Peacock 009 - →
Bryce and travelled up to the Jersey Shore right after christmas..The plan was to show him where I grew up and how cool of a place it is, and maybe see some snow...well hurricane Sandy preventing a good portion of that, we were not able to get to where I really wanted to go, but he did see the Point →
A spectacular sunset, followed by an awesome lightshow...
Learning curves pretty much suck...
Been seeing some awesome bird photography on DPS as of late, granted these guys have much more experience / know how than I do, but that should not mean that I should not get out and keep trying..Only way to learn is to keep at it.. So thanks to Sk66, Kurt, and Mojo!
Simply click and save zip file to your computer
In honor of this special day for the beauties!
We're in the "Cone of Death and Destruction! Hurry get to publix, you'll need at least 2 weeks of supplies! water, ice, bread, beer, poptarts! and whilst you're at it you might as well go put some money in Home depots cash drawers, get your plywood, screws ginormous blue tarps ( for when the roof blows away!) flashlights, batteries, propane →
So frustrated with birds as of late...are they salvagable, or even worth keeping??
you people have dirty minds, I won't mention any names you know who you are!
Want to thank DPS (Digital Photography School) and specifically a user who was kind enough to share some good info These images are much better! Thanx a bunch SK66 you rock!...still some work and more learning to go, but I think I'm on the right track now.