Morning Fog, Sunflowers and Golden Finches

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Landscape, Nature, Photography

For the third time in the past week I went back to McKee Beshers sunflower field in Poolesville, Maryland yesterday with the hope of capturing some birds coming for the sunflower seeds. On the way to the sunflower field I saw the amazing scenes of morning fog in the valley and could not resist but to stop to capture the images. Once in the field, I found a “good” spot to set up my camera with 600mm telephoto lens and then wait, wait and wait for the appearance of birds. I began to feel this was a lot more difficult than shooting the bald eagles diving for fish at Conowingo Dam that I was fairly successful in many occasions. Some golden finches finally showed up in my camera range after three hours of waiting.

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4 thoughts on “Morning Fog, Sunflowers and Golden Finches”

    • shungphotography says:

      Thank you so much! The morning fog shots were the bonus and was glad to capture the finches.

  1. shungphotography says:

    Yes, I was happy to see the finches showed up finally but was disappointed not seeing Indigo Buntings a good friend of mine captured the other day, may be next time.

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