I previously worked as a news and sports photographer. Recently I have been enjoying wildlife photography. My approach toward bird photos is similar to sports photography. I attempt to capture mostly action and hopefully a unique perspective.
Here’s a few more shots from yesterday of our goofy pink visitors. I never get tired of watching these birds and taking photos of their antics, and hope y’all enjoy them as well.
And of course…off in the background of the third photo is, well, you know. 🙂
They put on a show just for you, Phil!
Well we were all thrilled that some unexpectedly showed up especially since it was a sparse summer.
they’re having fun.
After all the rain we had the weather is now beautiful so everyone is having fun!
Pure magic. I could sit and watch them forever. We have Spoonbills visiting the Cley Reserve in Norfolk, but I have never seen such gorgeous pink beauties. Wonderful shots, Phil.
Wishing you a great weekend, Dina x
Thanks so much Dina and I’m glad you enjoyed seeing our pink visitors!
Hope you have a terrific weekend as well. We will be heading over to the inlet later to check on the goats and watch all the various wildlife (human and animal) 😀
Thanks very much for looking and commenting!
These shots are great. Is that new camera working as well as you’d like now?
Well it’s funny about the new camera. Yes I think it’s working better, almost as if it’s now broken in which of course doesn’t make a lot of sense. But mainly I think I have changed my shooting style and focusing procedures somewhat to better accommodate how this camera works. Shouldn’t be that way but never the less, here we are.
I think Mr A has to be the original photobomber!
Oh you are so right about that Maggie! He must have invented the thing!
How beautiful they are………..and Mr. A of course. I sure wouldn’t want to upset him. 🙂
You are being both kind and wise to include Mr. A in any and all compliments. It’s likely just better for everyone that way. 🙂
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