Nice early-morning light after our first snowfall of the season provided a great opportunity for a winter songbird photo shoot. With about 6 inches of snow on the ground, I […]Read More
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I’m back in the backyard photographing songbirds again, this time while they are foraging on frosty autumn leaves. I raked a pile of fallen leaves from under my Japanese maple […]Read More
A winter photo shoot in Olympic National Park photographing Hoh River rainforest, Queets River rainforest and Ruby Beach.Read More
Short-eared owls hunt for voles and other small rodents during daylight hours, typically in early morning and late afternoon. This diurnal behavior makes them one of the easier owl species to locate and photograph. I found the owl featured in this video in the Skagit Bay Wildlife Area on Fir Island in northwestern Washington State.Read More
Backyard songbird photography: This how-to article covers setting up your own backyard bird photo studio, equipment and equipment settings.Read More
On an autumn hike up into the subalpine meadows of Mount Rainier National Park, I found these adorable American Pika (Ochotona princeps) busy topping off their hay piles before winter […]Read More
With the COVID-19 lock-down keeping me home, and a red flowering currant bush in full bloom in the back yard, today was a perfect day for some backyard songbird photography. […]Read More