Author: shungphotography

Panoramic Images

I love panoramic landscape photographs because somehow it gives me different perspective of the landscape. Most of my panoramic images were produced by taking 2-3 but sometimes up to six shots and were then stitched together during post processing. Three shots were taken to produce […]

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Catoctin Mountain Park after Snow

We’ve been getting many snow storms lately. The latest one was two days ago – at least 4 inches of wet snow that made the landscape in beautiful silver white. I could not resist to drive over the nearby Catoctin Mountain Park to captures some […]

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Painted Bunting

A rare appearance of a male painted bunting at the Maryland side of the Great Falls last month (4 January, 2021) has caused lots of excitement for bird watchers and bird photographers in the area. This little colorful and beautiful creature is regarded as the […]

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Backyard Birds

I have a bird feeder on the deck. During this Corvid pandemic it gave me opportunities to shoot some birds visiting the feeder. Patience is the key to get some nice and sometimes cute pictures.

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Snow at Monocacy Battlefield

After 5-6 inches of wet snow that stuck on the tree trunks and branches, it’s a good time to go out and shoot some photos. I drove to the nearby Monocacy National Battlefield, I walked along the snow-covered Gambrill Mill trail in the morning and […]

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Baker Park after Snow

We ended up got about 5-6 inches of snow in our Frederick area in the past two days but was enough to turn into a beautiful white landscape. As in the past I drove to Baker Park to capture some images.

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Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge

We visited Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in Cambridge, Maryland last week. We drove around the Refuge just to see if anything interesting to see photograph. We saw a few bald eagles perching on the tree branch but an unusual one on the chimney of […]

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Ice Sculptures in Ottawa

It was one of my retirement projects to scan and edit my two children’s young pictures before the digital camera days. I finally set my mind to do it after “only” 18 years since my retirement. In going through some old pictures I came across […]

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Looking Back 2020

It was an unusual difficult year of 2020 due to the Coronavirus Pandemic originated from China and extended all over the world that imposed serious restrictions on travel and outdoor activities. We had to cancel our planned trips to Japan and Taiwan in April/May and […]

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Snow Geese at Prime Hook NWR, Delaware

After photographing the wild ponies at Assateague National Seashore last Sunday, we decided to take another detour to Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge in Delaware to try our luck in seeing and photographing snow geese that usually migrated to the wetlands in the Eastern Shores […]

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