...just a day in the life of a backwards birder...
Stunning photography. Surprising how effective the black and white is. They are all lovely shots, but I love the Trumpeter Swan.
Thanks Liz. I have that Swan framed near my computer...it's one of my favorites.
Gorgeous photos! I love the snowy owl.
Love these shots in black and white. You got some great images. That owl is awesome, and the swan is postcard perfect. An award winner, eh? (That's my attempt at fitting in up here in Canada!)
Karen...you need to work harder on the Canadian thing, okay...eh?Thanks though...maybe a daily trip to Tim Horton's would help...
nice series of photos!
I think we can see things in Black and White that we might otherwise miss, like the expressions and the artistic positioning of some of the birds. A lovely study ... enjoyed to the fullest!Andrea @ From The Sol
we all could learn a little from viewing life in black and white...it makes things simpler.Thanks!
BEAUTIFUL shots, Dave! Especially the B&W Warbler, my favorite. For an aspiring photographer, what settings did you use on that one?
Hi Kids! Thanks...settings? What are those? Just aim for the butt and let life take over...
Beautiful shots, Dave, especially the B&W Warbler, my favorite! For an aspiring phographer, what settings did you use on that one?
It's a good thing to have a different look at things and black and white will do that.
As you well know, I have a definitely different way of looking at things.
Beautiful! That warbler did not need much processing to turn out in monochrome!
Us color blind folks LOVE those Black-and-White Warblies!
Whew. I think what I was going to say has all been said, so if I repeat, forgive me.At first I am like, black & white - WTH?!But as I looked I noticed more detail. I guess I am distracted with rich colors and this was a great idea.My fave? - the bald eagle - of course!I just returned from Niagara Falls, Canada.My great nephew was intrigued with the "eh". :)