We’ve had a great run this winter of being cold and flu free, and all the other wonderful goodies young kids pick up. But this week a nasty virus has swept through, knocking down my posting time (and I use the term winter lightly here as we may have had only 1 or 2 days with frost thus far). So for those whose posts I’ve been missing, I’ll catch up in the next few days.
I pulled the above from the archives, a heron standing with what seems like a bit of indifference. I loved how all the lines and angles were coming together around this bird, but it was FAR away. It was late on a windy, chilly evening and I had to use every bit of my 300mm zoom (and with cropped censor that’s around what, 450mm?) to get there. While not as sharp as I would like with the diffraction, I enjoyed the luck of having the bird pose.