A Few Birds I Saw in Ohio

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I don’t have time to write anything.  These photos were quickly cropped but I didn’t have time to do anything else to them.  Obviously I didn’t take time to decide which were my favorites ;)  Well, I started with over 700, so I did cut the numbers down a bit.  Click on the pictures to bring up more detail – you’ll be glad you did!

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15 thoughts on “A Few Birds I Saw in Ohio

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  2. Prior-2001

    Masterful is the word that came to mind T!
    And Ohio never looked so purdy!
    Also – thanks for not giving us one hundred pics – that could have brought fatigue – but taking 700 sounds like so much fun!
    The clarity is so nice – like that blue hue one the most (from my quick glance) have a good day!

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    1. trentpmcd Post author

      Thanks Y! The great blue landed just in front of us, maybe 15, 20 feet away. I was shooting into the setting sun, which is why it looks gold, but it was great. Yeah, shooting all of those pictures is a lot of fun.

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        1. trentpmcd Post author

          Yep, we even have them up here in New Hampshire. Some spend the winter on Cape Cod so I see them all the time but usually they fly away when I’m still quite a distance. That was what was so cool – he flew up to us, put on a show then flew away.

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    1. trentpmcd Post author

      Part of the problem, besides having a lot of bad shots, is that I will take a lot of pictures of the same thing, moving a little, taking another picture, moving more, etc. I took dozens of each of the eagles.

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      1. camilledefleurville

        But isn’t it how photographers do? I always see them shooting and shooting again and yet it seems that nothing moves! Think great,Trent! Think Kappa, Cartier-Bresson, Doisneau… And I am not laughing at you: promise :)

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        1. trentpmcd Post author

          That is one of the great things about digital – you can shoot and shoot and shoot and then go back and pick out the winners. I usually spend more time picking, choosing and then editing my favorites, but I literally went through all of the photos in an hour. Anyway, yeah, thanks – think big :)

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    1. trentpmcd Post author

      A bit busy… The heron landed just in front of us, but between me and the setting sun. I moved a bit so it wasn’t just a silhouette. The sun made its feathers glow that golden color.

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