Monthly Archives: December 2012

The Last Post

Of the year of course. It’s amazing how quick time flies. But, it is time to welcome in the New Year! 2012 brought some great images and some great experiences from those images. My favorite moment has to be my … Continue reading

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Falling Into Place

With news of a moderate snowfall accumulation, I knew it was going to be great for photography. I set up this pine branch in the tripod that I use to hold my perches and placed some seed under it to … Continue reading

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The Terrorizer

A Sharp-shinned Hawk has been visiting our backyard feeders, and has tried to pick birds off multiple times right in front of my eyes! This morning it was so bold to land on top of my hopper feeder so whatever … Continue reading

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‘T Was a White Christmas

I hope everyone had a very Merry Christmas and enjoyed the fresh scenic snow that lasted throughout the morning!

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Slow Times

Photography has been super slow as of late, as you have seen by the lack of activity on the blog. I thought I would share this image with the viewers. This was taken with the 50mm f/1.4 attached to the … Continue reading

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Pano Was the Way to Go

I was presented with a very challenging shoot. I had to photograph the new, state-of-the art 14,000 square foot hangar over at Westconn Aviation. I was up on a scissor lift looking down on the planes in the hangar. My … Continue reading

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Mission Accomplished …. Well Kinda

Ever since the Pine Siskins starting coming to the feeders, I knew they would be a great subject. They are extremely tame, but I could never get them on a perch other than a feeder. Well one finally landed on … Continue reading

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