Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Random Walk, Random Shots

Yesterday's visit to Great Meadows was more photo journalism about the hurricane and the bird walk activities.  Today, I wanted to spend some time focused on my photographic techniques and observation of nature, so I was back at Great Meadows early Wednesday morning.

With no particular agenda besides making carrying my long lens worthwhile, I wandered around the refuge.  Here are a few of my favorite images from the day

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3 comments:

  1. I see you found the wasp nest. Very interesting photos. I'm glad you carried your long lens.

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  2. What is that yellow-breasted thrush-like bird? The light is odd, and it grabbed my attention because it is not immediately obvious what it is.

    Opinions?

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  3. I am pretty sure it is a Female Common Yellowthroat. It was mainly in the shadow, but the sunny was streaming thru a gap in the leaves to highlight the breast.

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