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For this big (well, big to me anyway) news! I was going to wait till I had more than one image edited but I was just so excited to share this. After a couple of years of wanting to photograph … Continue reading
Talk to the claw… Teri 📷
We have been on a birding frenzy lately exploring areas of Ohio that we’ve never been to before. We owe much of our spots to fellow birding friends and an app called eBird and Merlin bird ID. But there is … Continue reading
Says this Barred Owl we were fortunate to be led to by another couple who had seen it first on the park walking trail after they saw us with our cameras. It was a great start to the exploration of … Continue reading
Teri📷 Walk softly and carry a zoom lens.
We went to a different birding spot and while it was very chilly and windy (to the point even the birds were having a rough go of it) it was worthwhile because another adult bald eagle flew a bit closer … Continue reading
We’ve all heard about catchlights in human eyes being a goal when doing portraits; it makes the eyes more appealing and the person to look less like an inanimate doll (I read that somewhere just can’t recall where.) But recently … Continue reading
My first Bald Eagle that is! Having connected with the local birding community, we were told by a couple of bird photographer friends to go to two areas in Ohio – Killdeer Plains Wildlife Area and Big Island Wildlife Area … Continue reading
Bird photography is a very interesting, sometimes challenging and rewarding genre of photography. And even though species vary across the globe and even from one area of where you live to another, there are almost always some birds out there … Continue reading