Well I escaped the country last week just before the airports closed due to snow! I’m in Bosque del Apache in New Mexico for a couple of weeks, photographing Sandhill Cranes, Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese. This huge refuge is a photographer’s paradise most days, but yesterday when a Golden Eagle took one of the thousands, a blizzard of Snow Geese swept over the road like a tsunami and I just stood in awe at the power and sound of the collective wings! Then I remembered to try and capture it all on camera. Until I get home and process the images, here are a few of today’s Sandhills....
Great images!! I love that last one, the contrast between adult and juv, the similar poses, the colors... Just love it!
That first photo is "cracking"! Absolutely beautiful!
Greetings from Greece
In your first pic, what diaphragm, ISO, speed you used?
I mean the landscape pic during sun set
Thanks for the comments! The 'fire in the mist' shot was at sunrise, 1/250 sec, f8.0 at 500mm on a tripod.
Fantastic photos. The first one is sensational.
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