Autumn Dusk Delight - Greater Snow Geese
In autumn, there are no white Greater Snow Geese before dusk when the warm golden glow of the setting sun reflects off them.
"There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs" Ansel Adams
Morning Traffic Along The Canada Geese Autoroute
These Canada Geese leave their night water roost to head for their morning feeding grounds.
Because of the horizontal linear line of the photo, I formatted it to an appropriate 2:1 ratio which I often use.
Phantom Mallard Duck
I just love the early crack-of-dawn colours.
I'm A Nice-Looking Guy - Male Wood Duck
Not Exactly A Bird!
As you can see, this is not a bird - not even close.
This female moose takes advantage of the delicacies offered to her along a river bank.
The lighting was a challenge - this was late afternoon and the sun was facing me high above a mountain, heavily shading the moose.
Thanks to Pappy, Gilles and Pierre for a great afternoon.
A Blast From The Past - Male Snowy Owl
Just an end-of-summer reminder of the joys of our Quebec winters.
Young Backlit Night Heron
Because of the backlight which presented a dark bird, it was a little difficult to lighten up the heron in post processing.
This was a two-second grab-shot, so my fingers were not quick enough to jiggle the exposure compensation in time. Because we don't see this specie of bird on every street corner in our region, I don't mind going with this flight shot as it is.
Shake It Up Baby - New Dance Moves
Streamlined Great Egret
Makes you wonder how this bird flies :-)
Cormorant's Very Low Opinion Of The Photographer
Lunch Time - Female Eastern Bluebird
I'm Not Sharing My Lunch - Young Cooper's Hawk