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Here's some of mine from the past few years
George Rogers Marine Park, Lake Oswego 2012
At 62 pages, the original Edmonds wildlife thread was getting a bit cumbersome, so I am starting a new one for 2014. This will also help me in the year
I take sunset photos in various locations along Puget Sound in Edmonds, WA. The location varies with the season as the sunset travels up and down the
The Bald Eagles have been missing for the last 3 weeks.
I'm not sure if this one is from the family unit but it was nice to see a Bald Eagle again.
I led a Washington Ornithological Society field trip into the foggy soup at Blaine and Semiahmoo yesterday. Fog can be very challenging as you know, but
Mt Baker under starlight, taken about 90 minutes after sunset... shot with 5D2, 14mm lens, 30 sec at f/2.8, ISO 3200...
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I love that last goose photo.
Tuesday (9/30) Wesley and another Anna's hummingbird were engaged in a hummer standoff at the #1 viewing platform of the marsh.
Nice, Bill. Way too bad about losing the parking on the south end!
Really nice variety of birds, Bill. Looks like we should be on the lookout for some good Cedar Waxwing opportunities.
Chad: I got your PM asking about Picasa. I tried to reply, but your mailbox is full and won't accept any more messages. Here is my response:
The reconfiguration of Sunset Ave. has resulted in the elimination of the 6+ parking spots on the north end near the picnic table where I like to take
From the waterfront we went to the marsh. Some bushtits served as stand-ins for the crossbills in the pine trees by the #2 viewing platform.
An overcast Monday (9/29) morning started out with a trip to the fishing pier. it was so dark that I did not add the teleconverter to the 100-400L so
Some shots from Sunday (9/28).
Wesley was at the #1 viewing platform of the marsh.
The invasion of greater white-fronted
Excellent picture Deka! You are lucky to have such a great model.
LOL! no worries, Deka...
The 2nd shot is piercing.
I feel like I'm the prey with no where to hide.
I've edited the post.
So totally sorry!
thanks, Joe... woulda been neat to get the milky way, but it was in the wrong part of the sky... oh well, maybe next time!
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At 62 pages, the original Edmonds wildlife thread was getting a bit cumbersome, so I am starting a new one for 2014. This will also help me in the...