Talking about the birds .. no bees included

Let us talk about photography of birds.

Just as with other living subjects, it is not always easy to get a good picture from birds. Winter is a good time for trying to get the birds at your picture. The trees are barely carrying leaves and the birds do show up.

It takes time. Be patient, take the rest. Sit, and wait what happens.
I was sitting in the park, and all the sudden I did hear the wonderful whistle of a robin. Wonderful, and after having listened for a bit, I did  find him, in the tree behind me.   I calmly did take my camera, zoom (250mm) and there I had it.

Or that other time, that I was looking for another motive, and all the sudden the little robin did walk by, nosy about what I was doing.  I took the time, did not want to rush and let it fly away.

Birds photographing is nice. Take the time for it. The longer you wait, the more you see

My target for today was the market.  As in a tradition I did walk throught the park, it is a bit further, but well, curiosity to the wonderful world of animals makes me doing this, and I can, so why shouldn’t I?

I found my colleague photographer and we did watch the Kingbird and for all we did wait.  Waiting in a park is not a bad thing. There is never a dull moment.  The movie of life comes in front of you, just wait and it is there. Woodpecker, Squirrel, rabbits, and those lovely young ducklings   Awww moments, I want to hear you saying so 🙂

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Spring is in the water

The technical term that I use (well, my own jargon, nothing is scietifical proved -smiles- ) is freezing wild life.

Waiting for the proper moment and then being ready for quick shots.

Since it is spring, those ducks had the same thoughts. But their proper moments and shots were not where I am talking about