Photography

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I have written before about my favorite vacation spot to visit in South Carolina. However, I am missing it this year as many of you are probably missing going other places. So I will not whine and be thankful for all the times that I have been able to visit and know more times will come. I wanted to share this little bird that I would see every time I would go. I thought he was a permanent resident until I decided to learn more about him. I found that he also visited at the same time every year…. just like me! The male painted bunting is such a lovely creature. A bird with a coat of many colors. Who knew?

Taken May 2014, Hunting Island State Park, South Carolina, USA.                               
D50, ISO 800, 1/80 sec  f/6.3  270 mm, cropped only 

Thank you for visiting today. ~ terre

Terre’s Blog – Women of All Seasons

c2020

Change of Seasons

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I see you gazing into the silver light,

before taking flight,

Gold finches, collecting grassy threads

to build their nest,

a place to rest at night.

 

Hope you too are enjoying the signs of the change of seasons. Thank you for stopping by today~.    Terre’s Blog – Women of All Seasons

c2020

Photography: Birds

 

Hairy Woodpecker, USA (3)Here’s a little female Hairy Woodpecker, crooked beak and all, who has taken up residence at our house with her mate this winter. About anytime you look out you will see her. Have had other resident birds before, but not woodpeckers. Fun to watch and always learning. Maybe she had her beak where it shouldn’t have been? Happy day & birding~

Nikon D7200, ISO800, 1/500 sec, f/6.3, 600mm, no flash.

Thanks for stopping by!  Terre’s Blog – Women of All Seasons  

c2020

Photography: Birds

Pileated Woodpecker ( Dryocopus pileatus )

” Hey… You need a bigger suet block! ” 

This big bird surprised us today with a visit to our backyard feeding station. He actually made it onto the suet block by wrapping himself around it. But he made it work. There were actually a pair of woodpeckers, but only one was tempted by the bird food.

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Nikon D7200, Tamron 200-600, ISO 800, 600mm, 1/1000 sec, f/8, no flash, crop only. (Top photo). Second photo not as sharp as bird and cage swaying or spinning due to his size. I will continue to work on this.

Have a great day & thank you for stopping by today! 

Terre’s Blog – Women of All Seasons      c2020

 

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