Good Day. Thanks for stopping by. These are a couple of images from my Sunday shoot at Green Island. I had just arrived at the parking spot and was getting my cameras set up for the shoot when I noticed two Canadian Geese flying straight at me.
So I grabbed my D700 and started shooting as fast as I could. I have no idea where the focus point was (obviously) as the goose above is pretty soft (and it’s a pretty lame shot to boot.) I have to post something to prove I was there 🙂
I told you yesterday I shot around 430 images (most of which have long been deleted from my hard drive.) That is a record for me. I received an e-mail from my friend Andreas (who is a gifted photographer / both creatively and technically.) Apparently he was at Green Island as well on Sunday. He told me that he shot around 1250 images. WOW. If I know him there will be some super images of Eagles and other winged creatures.
We’re discussing the possibility of doing a shoot together sometime later in the Spring at a lake he likes to visit. He’s been following some Trumpeter Swans who make their Summer home there.
My friend Becki Kenton and I still have to get our Galena shoot in sometime. We were going last December but there was a snow storm the day we planned to go so we opted to play it safe. So lots of opportunities to shoot in the coming months. Can’t wait.
Oh I almost forgot. Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk will be held around the first week in October this year. He received a lot of requests to change the date because of the “difficult shooting conditions” of mid-Summer. More details about that coming later. Have a great Tuesday and be careful.