We caught word of a cedar waxwing sighting today hanging out in some bushes and birch trees on a trail near our home. There were about 5 or 6 of them that we could see just hopping around the branches looking for berries. These are one of my favorite birds as they are so cool … Continue reading Cedar Waxwing.
I often blog about my nature walks with my 4 year old son. Daily we go on little adventures to the lake and explore the trees and trails. Today I wanted to share what he sees with his little polaroid camera and the images he creates. As a dad who loves photography… I couldn’t be … Continue reading My Son’s Polaroids.
My son and I headed to the lake today to take pictures of the shore birds. When I was there, I overheard a gentleman talking about an owl in the area that had been spotted. I didn’t catch what type as it was in passing. Realizing I didn’t have my binoculars, my son and I … Continue reading Owl.
It has finally warmed up a little bit in my side of town. My wife, son and myself headed out to the lake for a walk amongst the trees and birds. Our son has fallen head over heels for nature. If he sees a trail, he’s there. I think its the unknown or what might … Continue reading Sunday’s Nature Walk.
This go round, I waited until the late afternoon to photograph this set of tulips. The lighting was much softer as it had become overcast. Also, I used a warmer color of tulip and edited briefly in Lightroom. Let me know what you think? Continue reading Tulips. (Afternoon light)
I was experimenting with the natural lighting in my home as I have a wall of windows in the rear of my home that lets in awesome light at certain times of the day. These were photographed in the morning when the light was coming in through the windows pretty strong. The corner that I … Continue reading Tulips. (Morning Light)
It’s cold and snowy in my side of town, which makes for a great time to explore the trees and lake nearby. The geese were resting on the paths and the ducks were hanging out near the shore. A Red Tailed Hawk was perched on a tree just above the trail I normally walk along … Continue reading The Lake.