Coyote

A couple of Sundays ago we noticed a “dog” we didn’t recognize out in the field by our house.  I thought it might be a coyote so we got the binoculars and took a look.  Sure enough it was a coyote hunting field mice. So I ran downstairs and got my camera to get some …

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Hummingbird

Saturday morning I took the opportunity to photograph some of the humming birds that come to our feeders in the yard.  There is a short window of time in the mornings where the sun shines through the trees and illuminates the hummingbird feeders.  Of course as usual when I look out at the feeders there …

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Red-Tailed Hawk

From most of these photographs it is hard to tell this is a red-tailed hawk. That is why I showed the first photograph before the others. I loved the dramatic lighting and highlighting the sun provided in most of these. ” order_by=”pid” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

Gypsum Ponds

Last Monday I went out photographing with my good friend Robert Jay to the Gypsum Ponds for some scenery and wildlife shots. He recently got a new camera and so it was great to have someone to go out shooting with again.  It was fun shooting together and teaching him some of the techniques I …

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Silver Lake in Utah

Back in 2012 I went up to Silver Lake with my sister Bonnie to take photographs.  Later that week I went to the San Juan Mountains for a photography workshop and forgot all about these images. Wish I would have had the long lenses I have now to photograph these two moose that were at …

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Owl and Hawk

On the Saturday of Eagle Flight Days, as we went over to the city park for rides and fun, we were treated to 3 owls in one of the large trees in the park. Unfortunately, I only had my 24-120mm lens with me.  I had left my 300mm at home not thinking I would need …

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Sylvan Lake Wildlife

Saturday I wanted to do some hiking and some photography.  So I borrowed a friends 4runner and headed up to Sylvan Lake State Park outside of Eagle Co.  It was rained on and off for the first few hours I was there.  Not too hard just a slight rain.  Because of this I walked along …

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Waterfowl at the Lower KNWR

I had so many photographs from the Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge I decided to break them into several posts.  This one obviously is of the waterfowl we saw at the refuge. ISO 400, 420mm, f/5.6, 1/1250 sec My son Christian and I arrived over at the refuge at about 10am last Saturday.  Along the …

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American Bald Eagle

I’ve been working on the 500+ photographs I took this past Saturday over at the Lower Klamath National Wildlife area.  After I had edited the shots of this bald eagle I had to stop and share. ISO 400, 420mm, f/5.6, 1/1600 sec Christian and I were driving around the Tulelake auto tour when we came …

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Fall Creek Falls

My time here in Yreka is getting very short, and there are still so many things I would like to get out and photograph before I leave.  So, on Sunday afternoon I convinced my friend Linda to come photographing with me.  Our end goal was the waterfall below, Fall Creek Falls.  She was a good …

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