Beach: F/13; 1/400; ISO 400; 55mm; Hawk: F/13; 1/200; ISO 400; 250mm

It was low tide at the beach on this windy afternoon. As I explored the area, I notice a large bird that stood apart from the others. I recognized it immediately, and traveled across the low tide area which was extremely muddy and tried to get as close as possible to the hawk.  The bird watch me the entire time, as I approached and entered its ‘comfort’ zone, its body shifted as preparing to fly, so I stopped immediately and crouched down–the posture change once it realized I was no longer advancing. It was exciting to photograph this bird while it observed its surrounding.



The Real Angry Bird Launcher

F/13; 1/640; ISO 400; 70mm; Metering: Pattern


F 1/8; 1/100; ISO 3200; 50mm, Metering: Partial; No flash



Visit and follow on

F/2.8; 1/20; ISO 6400; 50mm; Metering: Pattern

Gigivisit and follow on

F/1.8; 1/250; ISO 6400; 50mm; Metering: Pattern, No Flash


Visit and follow on

(First Image)F/9; 1/250; ISO 400; 55mm; Metering: Pattern (Second Image) F/9; 1/1000; ISO 400; 18mm; Metering: Pattern


Every method used to insure that the bridge is maintained and running flawlessly.


F/16; 1/10; ISO 800; 55mm; Metering: Spot


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