I am going through backup drives looking for images to post here since we are staying home during the virus outbreak. It actually gives me time to go through backup drives and clean out files that I do not need to make more space. Also I am finding images I have not worked on before. We saw this preening Wood Stork in the water along the Wildlife Drive at the J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge. I was using a Sigma 300-800mm f/5.6 zoom lens and the featured images was taken at 800mm. I liked the “splash of color” of the Roseate Spoonbill in the foreground.
I guess the stork has a few nits to pick.
Yes, I guess it did! Usually you just see them standing there in the water.
Great shot, Reed!
Thanks Donna! Just going through images from old photo trips since they are telling us to stay home. Gives me something to do!
Very nice, Reed!
Thanks Belinda! Since we have to stay at home I am going through my backup drives clearing out unneeded files and finding images for the blog!