A mourning dove from sunrise yesterday morning at the reflection table blind. Funny, I now have 3 separate photo blinds dung maybe the best time of year for my personal use. Should be able to do a bit of photography this month!
A rock squirrel coming in for a drink this morning at the reflection table blind.
A Pyrrhuloxia last week from our evening photo blind.
A gila woodpecker coming in for a landing. I was having some fun yesterday with the Olympus Pro Capture mode which allows you to buffer images, and the go back in time for the perfect position.
A Curve-billed thrasher from Monday night at the Desert Photo Retreat. One of the complaints I hear from bird photographers regarding 4/3 systems like my Olympus is that you can’t get those silky smooth out of focus backgrounds. I say non-sense!
A Pyrrhuloxia last night from the lower blind at the Desert Photo Retreat. I have been so busy with guest and projects lately, that I haven’t had any time for my own photography. Last night I got a chance to enjoy that beautiful light in the lower blind!
Such a colorful birds, I can’t help but to photograph these guys!
I love the background in the evening at the lower blind – some evenings it really is rich! Black-throated sparrow.