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I look up and I look down!

I look up and I look down!

Happy Friday Everyone!

Midday is a hell of a time to do a photo walk but when schedules, work, time and availability all collide, shat happens. High noon for me is generally the least productive time in terms of me making good images but that doesn’t mean it can’t be or hasn’t been done…it’s just that harsh overhead light sure makes it tough!

As many of you know my enthusiasm for this hobby of mine has been less than 100 percent as of late but when the call comes in that my photo pals (gals) want to get together for an afternoon…it’s a no brainer. I’m hoping a few outings like this will kickstart my passion and creativity. I also have to remind myself that it’s not always about getting those epic shots. Sometimes the social aspect of photography, time spent with like minded people whom share common interests can be fun, creative and inspiring also….and that’s exactly what was on the agenda for my afternoon.

Our first stop was back to a favourite location of mine, an old eagle nest that we knew was occupied thanks to some pre scouting (thanks Tania)! With that I had to re familiarize myself with my camera settings for quick moving critters. Duh!!! Has it been that long…

Look up!

Opps! Forgot to set the camera to the AI Servo mode which on Canon bodies lets the camera track and auto focus on moving targets. Fortunately for me, curiosity on the eagles part preempted a second fly by and with proper settings dialled in, another chance for me to get it right…

I’m not a flower dude by any means but sometimes they sure are purrrrdy, or is that after a long snowy winter anything with a touch of colour no matter the shape or size will suffice! They say you gotta get down and low when shooting flowers to change the perspective up a little…nahh! I shot this trio of blue whatchamacallems straight down, like 90 degrees straight down….Bing bang boom…done!

Look down!

Look up again!

This is probably the worst possible condition for shooting upwards towards a subject but I figure this image has enough visual interest with that big ass carp dangling from it’s talons that I would share it with you! I don’t know who was looking at whom here but we may have had a three way stare down. The osprey starring down at me and me right back up and the fish completely bug eyed as he contemplated the last few scenes of his newly acquired perspective. Love to see nature at work!


Thanks to Tania and Carol for the great day and together with a few decent images to remind me of time well spent!

Have a great week end y’all!


p.s And yes if you are wondering if I cropped the image of the osprey, I did just a wee tad. After all, I shot this from a moving vehicle :)

1 Comment

  1. Carol

    Great blog as usual Greg, so nice to have you back!!