Tag Archives: nature photography
Passerin Indigo – Indigo Bunting On dirait que je suis devenu photographe d’oiseaux uniquement…quand les sujets sont si beaux et nombreux on ne se plaint pas! It would seem I’ve become a bird photographer, but when the subjects are so … Continue reading
Little hummer, under the feeder, tired from from all that humming, I think I’ll name him Humzalot! 😉
We had time to go for a walk on the mountain last evening, between two storm clouds.
About a year ago, at Oka park, I spotted my first ever rose-breasted grosbeak. I was taking pictures with my macro lens when movement overhead drew my attention. Wow! With my eye on him and his on me, I fumbled … Continue reading
It’s been about a week now that this bluebird has been making daily visits to the fence around the neighbour’s blueberry patch. Approaching him has been a challenge, to say the least, as there is no cover other than a … Continue reading
I was organizing my image files when I came across this picture. Where do I file it? Abstract? Landscape? Nature? Do I create a ‘Bubbles’ file?
En contraste avec les couleurs vives des lampes chinoises, cette scène quasi-monochrome en est quand même une de paix. Prise au mois d’Avril dernier mais je la trouve appropriée pour le mois de Novembre…
There is something touching about this image. The red/brown reflections in the water suggest where this leaf came from…
I took 92 pictures this afternoon. The soft light made for nice saturated colours and allowed me to use a slow enough shutter speed to blur the waterfalls. What I like best is, that out of those 92 shots, this … Continue reading
Why does having a day job stifle my creativity? I walked around the Phillipsburg marsh like a person doing groceries; up and down the trails in a rush, looking to fill my cart rather than feed my soul.