I’m sorry. I still have a lot of images from two weekends ago at the 16th Basin and since (other than yesterday) I haven’t done much still photography I’m going to show you some more eagles and herons.
Interesting day yesterday filled with frank and stimulating conversation with a variety of individuals. Gave me much to think about and reflect on. At some point I will share the content of those conversations but for now just know that they were thought-provoking and very enjoyable.
I have decided on a project that I am going to work on in the coming year. It has taken me almost three months to finally figure this one out. I can tell you that it is going to be an ambitious project to say the least but one that if I can do it correctly may yield some of my most satisfying work yet. I have some people to talk with and some permissions to get but I think those will be readily available.
Then there is the small matter of learning and mastering a new skill that I do not yet have but that is a small matter. 🙂
Anyway this new project should take about six months to a year to complete and involves video, flying, still photography, extensive video editing, interviewing, research, and a bunch of other skills. But it promises to be fun and enjoyable so I’m ready to get started. Once I have all the details and permissions finalized I’ll share with you what the project is. In my mind right now it will not be as difficult as the 365 project was.
So that’s it for today. A lot of ambiguity I know but I’ve got to have a hook to keep you coming back. I hope you enjoyed the wildlife images today. I do love to photograph eagles. I understand from my friend Andreas that many species of wildlife have migrated into the area of late so it’s time to get out and see what I can find.
Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy your midweek hump day and be careful.