Everyday Sunshine: Zoom Out
Riffing off my last post about places… here is a series of birds in their environments. If you’re ever caught out with a short lens or the birds are just too far away, you can still get good shots that tell the wider story. Above, a Burrowing Owl near the Salton Sea.
A Western Meadowlark floats near San Francisco Bay.
A Wilson’s Warbler in the reeds at a lake’s edge.
A Black Turnstone at the edge of the sea.
A Red-shouldered Hawk preens in a Eucalyptus tree.
Young Great Horned Owls await night in the woods.
A Red-tailed Hawk out for a sunset stroll on the beach.
A Varied Thrush ghostly through the trees.
Red-tailed Hawks in the countryside.
Northern Pintails are the perfect addition to any lagoon scene.
Almost done. Here are Cinnamon Teal in tucked into their chosen habitat.
A Eucalyptus tree frames a Red-shouldered Hawk keeping watch over its nest.
*Environmental Photo Bonus Round: Extra points if you can find the hawk in this picture.
Until next time…