Putting Shooting and Bald Eagles together like this in a title is pure click bait. On the other hand, that is what I want to ramble on about in this post. That and wildlife photography in general.
Yesterday was May 1st. May Day. Yesterday was also a georgeous day for a drive and a perfect day to complete a project our Grandaughter, Skylar’s teacher assigned to us. (Us? Assignment?) So Skylar’s class has just finished reading the tale of Flat Stanley….
A flight of Sandhill Cranes take to the sky above the fields near Othello, WA
There is a road on the Northwest corner of Mount Rainier National Park that winds its way up along the Carbon River ending at Mowich Lake. The road is not paved. And as the short season progresses, it becomes quite the washboard. Liddy and…
Liddy is watching these Northwestern Salamanders swimming about in a lake.
This little waterfall is on the side of Highway 123 in Mount Rainier National Park. Liddy and I climbed up the very steep slope beside the road to reach a better viewing angle.
Liddy & I drove over the Cascades to explore Umtanum Creek and to discover Umtanum Falls. This video is the story behind these four shots below. Umtanum Falls #1 This first shot of the falls is exposed at f/8, 1/25th of a second, ISO…
Already! But it was only yesterday I was making excuses for skipping Christmas. Time does fly when you are having fun. So… Where have we been? Well, we have been busy. Went up to Mt Vernon and Conway to shoot Snow Geese and Swans….
Vine Maple and other alpine shrubs paint the mountainside with red and yellow hues.