Week #18 challenge is Birds starting with the letter “A”. The letter “A” needs to be at the beginning of one or more of the name. For example, Some of my favorite shots are going to be shared in this post. A few have made appearances before and some are new to my blog world. Anna’s Hummingbird, Smooth-billed Ani or American Goldfinch.
Macro photography is close-up photography of small subjects. Mostly bugs and flowers get the spotlight, but today we are doing it on Bird Weekly. Macro is an extreme close-up, but for this post, any close-up will do. I know many of you don’t have a macro lens and that is okay.
This is the Atlantic Ocean at Little Talbot Island State Park off of A1A between Jacksonville & Amelia Island, Florida. You can see it was REAL crowded. LOL!
Welcome to Week #16 of the Bird Weekly Photo Challenge. Week #16 challenge is Short Legged Birds Upcoming challenges can be found on my Bird Weekly Challenge Page. The feature image is a photo of a male Common Yellowthroat. Okay, so I came up… Continue Reading “Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge – Short Legged Birds”
We walked around the fairways while golfers were teeing off.
This week is a small offering of birds with green feathers. As I stated in the round-up, I had some computer problems yesterday. Hope you enjoy what I’ve got and can’t wait to see what you have for everyone to see!
In September, almost one year ago and for my birthday, we took a paddle with our inflatable Sea Eagle kayak on String Lake in Grand Tetons National Park. To say it was one of the best birthdays ever is an understatement! This is a view taken from the boat as we floated along.
Reflection of the trail bridge at Cedar Point. This nature park is part of the Timucuan Parks Foundation and is run by the National Park Service. It is located at the southern end of Black Hammock Island in Jacksonville, Florida.
I think everyone has seen a seagull at some point in their lives. They are not just a coastal species, they are inland as well. Generally, they don’t venture out to sea, except the kittiwakes. They are closely related to the terns and distantly related to auks, skimmers and other waders. They range is size of 11 1/2″ to 30″ and all basically have the same shape.
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