Sunday, November 28, 2010

Winds are changing

This is a tough time of year for shooting outdoors. It’s November, the excitement of fall is over, the graveyards shift shots have been posted, the time changed, so by the time I’m home from work the sun is down.


The trees are all sticks and the weather is getting cold. The winter birds are arriving; Red-breasted Merganser, Glaucous Gull, Common Loon and Great Cormorant. DSC_0020-1


A New England Life said...

I was just thinking the same thing this morning, not much to photograph right now. My inspiration is not what it should be. Maybe I should go look for some of those winter birds down by the bay.

Carol Mattingly said...

OK you New Englanders. Dare not to tell me you have nothing to photograph when you have harbors and bays and ocean and boats. Just post those water shots and I'll be happy. Carol

Eve said...

Well those sky shots sure are beautiful Steve! Believe it or not it's feeling a little nippy here in northern Alabama as well! 52 degrees with the wind blowing isn't as nice as it looks!

Anonymous said...

Lovely sunset and I am looking forward to all those great shots of these winter visitors Steve.

Rusty said...

For sure! Nor is this cold, and often wet weather particularly kind to our cameras. What to do - where are the subjects? Well, I guess we face a challege. ATB!

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