Saturday mornings are wonderful. I think we can all agree. Lately, we have been getting lots of rain and cooler temperatures. We decided to spend our morning at the lake to watch and photograph. Swallows were swarming the lake and a family of geese were making their way through different areas to feed and explore. … Continue reading Morning at the Lake.
I really like these colors from last night. We went and watched the Mergansers for awhile at the lake nearby after dinner. We finally had a break from the rain and storms that have been moving through our side of town each afternoon. We really like watching the male and female Mergansers as they are … Continue reading Colors.
I have an old Canon A1 film camera that I like to photograph with at times. My son brought his Fuji Instax camera and we visited a farm nearby to create some images. I’ve spoken before about how I love the look of film. The grainy, messy and nostalgic look of film photos has just … Continue reading A Day at the Farm. (on film)
We spent some time watching and documenting a Says Phoebe today. They look very similar to a Robin and can easily be misidentified if you see them fly by. I am always prone to getting a bird in flight rather than perched on a tree. So, I sat for awhile waiting and watching this guy … Continue reading Says Phoebe.
We made a quick stop at the lake today and spotted a few American Goldfinch fluttering about the trees. They look great against any background due to their bright yellow color. They do not sit still for long, though, although I was able to get a few images of one getting a quick drink of … Continue reading Goldfinch.
I have been posting a lot of bird photos lately. You can blame my son. Everyday he wants me to take him to the lake to see the usual suspects and hopefully something new. I love it! Each time we arrive, he asks if we will see a new bird and I gladly respond with … Continue reading Crab Apple, Robin + Merganser.
Perched on an old tree we spotted an Osprey and Great Horned Owl. It was a pretty cool site to see both birds that near to each other. We ventured out after dinner a few days ago to do some evening birding instead of the early morning. I am cherishing these moments with my son … Continue reading Osprey, Owl + Meadowlark.