I never get tired of photographing the Blue Heron.
While hiking through my old neighborhood in Jacksonville, Florida, on the hunt for the elusive woodpecker, I came across a beautiful Northern Cardinal just before a rainstorm. Shot with a T3i 300mm F4 1/1000
a lesser redpoll flying away while the other lesser redpoll in the background already started flying.
Black swans are far less common on the stretch of the River Thames where I live (South West London) and can often be pretty aggressive.
It was raining very lightly when I took this last October, which gives it a lovely sheen.
Taken with a Canon 7D Mk2 and Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Sport.
I'm pretty blessed with some outstanding bird locations in Florida.These images are from the Lake Apopka Wildlife Loop near Orlando in Central Florida. Recent opened for visitors, it is a large marshland that has been restored by the county. Its bird population now rivals the other two prime locations, Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge on the...
For the last few days I've been trying to take pictures of birds in the wild. I thought it was going to be a walk in the park(literally it was) but taking pictures of birds is a lot harder than I thought it was going to be. As soon as I saw a bird somewhere where I thought I could get a good picture they had flown away before I could get the...
I love going out to photograph wildlife when it is raining or snowing. In my opinion the moisture adds something special to the photograph. From soggy looking birds to the beauty of the water droplets on the leaves and branches, I love it all. How about you?
This guy was literally standing five feet in front of me when I took this shot. I am pretty sure he was eyeballing me trying to decide whether or not I was lunch. Made with an X100T.
I donate 15% of the sale of my rescue bird photos to support these great non profit organizations. I get access to exotic wildlife and support the rehabilitation of these beautiful birds. A win win for everyone.