Just three images this week. A Cedar Waxwing visited the crab apple tree in the garden yesterday and got well fed up before heading out. I was surprised it stayed around as long as it did, about thirty minutes. I got a lot of very similar images. I chose this image as it showed the bird’s bright yellow tail tips. If you expand the image you will see bits of crab apple on the wings. It was a messy eater. The second image is from the San Luis Valley on a late afternoon trip to Colorado. We live about half an hour from the state line and enjoyed watching these wild horses. A different band from last week’s photo. The third image caught my eye on the road to town. I shot it shortly before the sun dipped below the horizon. I’m saving my energy this week for the eclipse tomorrow night, the peak happens around 2 am, long after my bedtime, but I’m looking forward to a clear sky and a beautiful partial lunar eclipse.
Thanks for looking. Wish me a good night shooting the eclipse tomorrow. I hope you get to see it where you are. G
6 thoughts on “A Cedar Waxwing, Wild Horses, A Tree along The Highway”
I’m sure you’ll get those settings right at 2:00am. Beautiful images, all three are winners.
Thank you, Larry. It was beautiful outside at 2am. Thank you as always for sharing your work with me via email. G
Thank you for generousy sharing your insight and images. I look forward to viewing your perspectives from the lunar eclipse. Best to you!
Thank you so much, Robert. It’s what I do and I don’t know another way. Lunar eclipse coming up. G
Lovely as always😊
Thank you, June. I appreciate your comments and compliments. G