I used to put some of my pictures into a local Facebook group to share the beauty that can still be found amidst our urban sprawl, but then one of the admins decided to impose a whole lot of arbitrary rules so I stopped. Don't you find that there's always one person in a group… Continue reading There’s always one
It doesn't seem any time since we were watching the leaves change in Fall and now we're coming out of Winter and seeing the approach of Spring. It's not been a bad winter this year but it's good to see signs of life returning to the creek trail. The Cardinals and Chickadees don't go anywhere… Continue reading Spring Forward
These days we've been walking the creek and around the local lake every day and been rewarded with almost daily views of the heron I posted last week. I don't take pictures of him every time, I don't want him to get nervous and move away from his spot, but now and again I can't… Continue reading There’s still life in the old creek yet
Having missed the coyote yesterday, I even went back to the spot after taking Henry home but there was no sign of the animal, I was ready this morning with the X-T3 and the 55-200 as Henry & I took our morning walk. Sadly no coyotes were to be seen, but we got a consolation… Continue reading Hawk
This weekend I had what you would call a significant birthday, and for that birthday my wonderful wife bought me the Fuji 100-400mm lens to pair with my X-T3. Until now, if I wanted to shoot birds effectively I've been using my Nikon D500 and the Nikkor 200-500mm lens. That is a powerful combination and,… Continue reading Fujifilm 100-400mm lens – photography for seniors!