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All this makeover of books and posters had me thinking about the advances in photo processing over the last few years. And not just in the software, but also how I evolved in my processing preferences and skills. Take, for … Continue reading →
I’m used to photographing hawks . . . or thought I was. This is a tale of how stupid mistakes make you lose important shots. The above hawk was photographed on county line on March 30th. It’s been a … Continue reading →
Nearly all of the photographs I share in these posts are what I call “incidental”. Incidental photographs are those I take while on my way home, on my way to work, out running chores, etc. Meaning, the primary task at … Continue reading →
January has turned out to be a good month for getting hawk pictures. Powers is the way I occasionally go when heading home from Colorado Springs. It connects to 83, and from there I get on County Line. On this … Continue reading →
This post is exactly the same as the corresponding SmugMug gallery. Twenty-five (25) photographs and their corresponding captions. The SmugMug gallery will have the option of higher resolution photographs, but otherwise the experience should be the same. I still maintain … Continue reading →
Yep, another hawk. I photographed this guy for two reasons. One, he was preening, and I’ve never seen a hawk do that (not saying it’s rare or anything; I’ve just never seen one preening). Plus the wind was doing a … Continue reading →
Yes, after flowers and bees, I’m back to birds. Can anyone guess what kind? Hawks, of course. That’s right, it’s getting ready to get the flock out of there. This guy was sitting on a fence along my favorite stretch … Continue reading →