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Since starting bird photography in earnest when the world was in lock down, I’ve developed a new photography skill set. Let me rephrase that, I am continuously working on improving my bird photography skills. That’s a bit more accurate… The … Continue reading
“Oh, there ain’t no rest for the wingedFish don’t grow on treesI got no bills to payBut I got mouths to feedFishing has to be done by my mate and meI know I can’t slow downI can’t hold backThough you … Continue reading
This squirrel – definitely not me right now! First let me explain the squirrel. We were up by Lake Erie attending our very first Warbler Migration event in mid May (do I have lots of photos to share as soon … Continue reading
Let’s fly into this new week and give it our best shot or maybe we can just fly off to a nice spot somewhere and take it easy. Whatever is in store for you I hope it’s not a bumpy … Continue reading
A good rain slowed the cicadas down a bit so I managed to break free long enough to make this post. But seriously, still struggling to play catch up with things and having to make choices as to who/what goes … Continue reading
Up until last year my knowledge of anything duck was limited to Mallards and certain ways duck could be cooked – I love Peking Duck so much! But with 2020 and all things limited, I began bird photography in earnest. … Continue reading
Teri 📷 🐟
Snowy here is excited about there being a chance for snow. Hope you have a great weekend too no matter the weather. Teri 📷 Here’s a clip of Snowy Owl sounds. My Snowy hasn’t said word one.