I try to be a bit witty sometimes with titles of my posts, but this past Saturday was a day that was memorable. All kinds of photo ops. I won’t say to much more, but just show you some of the results.
Photos mostly taken at Spring Creek or Middle Concho Parks here in San Angelo. The exceptions are the second and third photos which were taken at a small downtown lake. We were just driving around through the parks, and the birds seemed to be exceptionally cooperative. Click on the images to see great enlargements.
I got lucky, as I often do, as the Black-crested Titmouse was only about 20 feet from the car window. He was completely oblivious of me.
The Sharp-shinned Hawk gave me an exposure problem. On the good side, he was perched only about 20 feet from the road-side. The bad part, there was a limb that was casting a shadow over his head.
Both the Great Blue Heron and the Great Egret were about 150 yards away on the opposite side of the river.
I decided not to include EXIF information in this post. I just didn’t want to add the clutter. If any of you want to know how I shot any particular image, just mention it in your comment. And I do hope that you will comment.