All posts tagged: Bird Photography

American Goldfinches at Sunflower Fields

Sunflower blossoms at McKee Beshers Wildlife Management Area near Poolesville, Maryland have all but gone and the seeds are maturing that attract the birds especially the American goldfinches. It’s challenging to capture good pictures of them because they are small in size and seem to […]

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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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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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Birds at Sunflower Field

I don’t remember I ever visited McKee Beshers sunflower field so many times in the past years. My first two times were strictly for sunflower shots but the last three times in the past two weeks were for birds especially goldfinches and Indigo Bunting. I […]

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Red-Bellied Woodpecker

Since I put out my bird feeders on the deck, I’ve seen many birds coming for the easy food. One of my favorites is red-bellied woodpecker but have not been able to get a nice clear shot because if he sees any movement of me […]

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Snow Geese at Prime Hook NWR

Thousands upon thousands of snow geese from Canadian Arctic Region migrate to Eastern Shores every winter from October through February and then head back north in March to their breeding ground. Since my first exposure to these magnificent birds in the winter of 2006-07, I’ve […]

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