Monday, September 10, 2012

HOT, But Always Something To Capture

Bird photography in Florida during August and September tends to be relatively slow. Sort of that in between stage after the nesting and fledging has finished and before the migrating birds find their way to us from the north and the cool fronts have any effect at all. It is hot, and the heat and humidity is felt by all the creatures, including humans. Plus, the light gets harsh very quickly in the mornings, so ones time is limited for that nice warm light that brings out the best in all images. But, I like to get out at least once a week to see what there is out there, and yes maybe catch that special moment. Other creatures that might have been overlooked before can pose for some wonderful images. As I always tell people, if you are not out there, you will not capture anything, guaranteed. Here are a few of the images captured over the last few weeks.
Roseate Spoonbill



Tricolored Heron



Needham's Skimmer




Tree Frog



White Peacock

All images are copyrighted by Nancy Elwood and Naturesportal
 

3 comments:

  1. Very lovely photographs!

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  2. Lovely photographs!
    Can you check mine?
    http://connect.natureserve.org/node/1297462

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