I only started birdwatching in September last year. In these short few months I’ve come to discover the three levels of joy in birding.
First is the pleasure of sighting a species I’ve never seen before. Then it’s taking photos of birds perching or staying still. The most gratifying is to capture them in flight and when I come home and upload the photos onto my laptop, find them relatively in focus.
This past week, I’d the pure joy of finding the Red-Shafted Northern Flicker again, and photographing its take-off and landing.
Here is a series of shots:
No words needed.
Saturday Snapshot is hosted by Alyce of At Home With Books. CLICK HERE to see what others have posted. Again, thanks Alyce for motivating me to get out of the house, walk and shoot, even in minus temperatures.
PREVIEW OF UPCOMING POSTS:
FEB. 12: A Valentine’s Meditation
FEB. 15: Bonhoeffer Read-Along First Post, Chapters 1-18
(Look forward to reading your thoughts so far)