A few more older images…….


Well, I am still going through old files and I found a few that were taken back in 2014.  I re-edited them, and you may not have seen them before.  But have a look.

This Northern Cardinal is one of the best that I have ever photographed of this species.

Northern Cardinal

Northern Cardinal

I love the fierce look of the Curve-billed Thrasher.

Curve-billed Thrasher

Curve-billed Thrasher

Everybody loves a Greater Roadrunner.

Greater Roadrunner

Greater Roadrunner

The Golden-fronted Woodpecker is the most predominant of the species in this area.  To me, also the most photogenic.

Golden-fronted Woodpecker

Golden-fronted Woodpecker

I love the way the Common Nighthawk chooses to perch parallel to the branch rather than across it like other birds do.

Common Nighthawk

Common Nighthawk

This Yellow-billed Cuckoo looks as he is distracted by something above him.

Yellow-billed Cuckoo

Yellow-billed Cuckoo

I think the female House Finch has a certain beauty all of her own.

House Finch - female

House Finch – female

Finally, here are a couple of shots that I captured just this morning, December 1, 2015.

Yellow Sapsucker

Yellow Sapsucker

Eastern Phoebe

Eastern Phoebe

That’s it for this post.  Click on any image to see enlargements.

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11 thoughts on “A few more older images…….

    • Thanks, Jim. I tended to over sharpen my images back then. Now I have a better handle on Photoshop and actually I very seldom use un-sharp as I did back then. One more thing, since I got this 7D MkII, I wish I could go back and re-shoot some images. This camera is remarkable. I think the best that Canon has come up with in recent memory. I now can shoot images at ISO higher than I could have ever done before. Not uncommon to use 2500 or 3200 (or higher) and have no noticeable noise. I also own two bodies now. They are on sale now at reduced prices.

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