Saturday, August 10, 2013

What I Did On My Summer Vacation

I'm a big advocate of photography projects. This summer I've assigned myself a project of photographing loons. After a bumpy start with car and physical problems I was able to engaged in this project with full force. With the help of several of my birder friends and the internet I've been able to photograph loons in all three of the northern New England states on a number of lakes and ponds. The project is very much a work in progress, so I don't know what the final result will be, but until then here are some of my favorite photos from the summer. Let me know your feedback of your favorite images
Light Chronicle: 2013-0803 Loons &emdash;

Light Chronicle: 2013-0709 Loons &emdash;

Light Chronicle: 2013-0709 Loons &emdash;

Light Chronicle: 2013-0709 Loons &emdash;

Light Chronicle: 2013-0718 Loons &emdash;

Light Chronicle: 2013-0718 Loons &emdash;

Light Chronicle: 2013-0718 Loons &emdash;

Light Chronicle: 2013-0718 Loons &emdash;

Light Chronicle: 2013-0718 Loons &emdash;

Light Chronicle: 2013-0718 Loons &emdash;

Light Chronicle: 2013-0718 Loons &emdash;

Light Chronicle: 2013-0803 Loons &emdash;

Light Chronicle: 2013-0803 Loons &emdash;

Light Chronicle: 2013-0803 Loons &emdash;

Light Chronicle: 2013-0803 Loons &emdash;

Light Chronicle: 2013-0803 Loons &emdash;

2 comments:

  1. Larry, you are a bird whisperer...able to get soft, intimate moments that few others do with our feathered friends. Projects help set our intentions and attention in ways that nourish serendipity. Beautiful!

    Any way you can set your watermark so it doesn't bisect each image or imbed in the metadata. Always a challenge, I know.

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