Northern Harrier

Northern Harrier

Lori, Eva and I were coming back from a trip up to Edison, Wa, and we drove down the road to Fort Casey State Park on the way home to see what sort of wildlife was out an about at sunset. Normally, you can find a lot of birds in the lakes and ponds, but the warm...
Importance of Gesture in Stories

Importance of Gesture in Stories

I was very excited to see my new friend was back again at high tide this weekend. With me going into the city still during the week, I haven’t been able to figure out the seals schedule to see when the log boom by the house will be used for suntanning. But with...
The difference of a few seconds

The difference of a few seconds

I was down shooting sunset at Fort Casey this weekend, and the wetlands by Crockett Lake were full of a whole host of birds. As I was photographing this heron, a ray of light broke out from behind the clouds and lit up the area we were standing. The difference between...
Birds of a feather?

Birds of a feather?

I popped over to Ebey’s Nature Preserve, which has some of the best birds on Whidbey. Located by Fort Casey State park, the Admiralty Bay and Crockett Lake provide the water salt-water lagoons and protected wetlands that make it one of  the best places to find a...
Excitement equals no focus

Excitement equals no focus

As I have said in a few other blog post, I thought it would be fun to get into more wildlife photography. Since the move to Whidbey, I have found that my backyard is a zoo. We have whales, seals, sea otters, deer, rabbits, squirrels and countless other furry and not...

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