Love your Marsh Wren shots, Bill - excellent light and exposures.
even in less than ideal light - these were shot on a cloudy day - the falls is pretty photogenic...
Quite a crowd of goslings there!
From the Saturday Market:
From Saturday (5/18) at the marsh.
The only time you can get a clear shot of a marsh wren is in the spring when they perch on top of a
The good news is that in Eastern WA the light doesn't suck nearly as often.
I was there mid-day last week. It wasn't the best possible light,
Toaster - inside shot.
Yup... she's a Boston, but not much help as an assistant though - unless I want something licked
next guess guys..
BINGO! We have a winner.
tea chess bass
Well Mike, it looks like its just you and me.
Is it Chatterbox Falls on Princess Louisa Inlet?
BTW, has anybody got Russ's falls
I'll jump in while I am here.
What musical instrument am I playing?
Often used by "Skiffle" bands.
Nobody had taken a stab at this one.
So now here is another clue:
It is only about 50 miles or so from the spot that DaveRen
Great shots, Bill. Here's the shot of the fledgling squeezing out of the nest hole.
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