Month: August 2018

More Hummingbirds

It’s a challenge to capture nice fast-moving hummingbird images. Of course, sharpness is the utmost essential criteria but the gesture of the bird and the simplicity of the background are important as well.  I decided to take up the challenge again this morning and ended […]

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Queen Anne’s Lace

The Queen Anne’ Lace flower resemble lace. It earned its common name from a legend that tells of Queen Anne of England (1665-1714) pricking her finger and a drop of blood landed on white lace she was sewing. Belonging to the carrot family, Queen Anne’s […]

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Hummingbirds

I took some hummingbird images last week using my Nikon D600 camera with 28-300mm lens. However, I was not 100% satisfied what I got because I had to crop so much and tended to lose the fine resolution.  I decided to go back and using […]

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A Beautiful Morning for Bird Photography

It was a cool and pleasant morning yesterday. I decided to show a good photo friend about where I took the previous goldfinches and indigo buntings images at McKee Beshers sunflower field last week. We got lucky again to capture a couple of indigo buntings […]

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