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Perspective++ There’s a New Beta in Town

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The Get It StraightPhoto Editor application for iPhone and iPad is getting a new name. Soon to be known as Perspective++ there is a lot more new than just the name too. Perspective++ has an all new design with new features. It also has a new Public Beta that anyone can join. Simply download the Apple TestFlight free application and click on the link below from your iPad or iPhone.

https://testflight.apple.com/join/ld5tKwjG

The photo above shows the result of one of the new filters. You might be wondering what  is special about it and if you are check back in a couple of days when I will post a tutorial of what I did.

OK, download the beta at the link above and check out the all new Perspective++ app. You can also purchase the production version here.


Nature & Wildlife 3.3.3 Now Available

snowleopardThe latest version, 3.3.3, of Nature & Wildlife Pictures has been released. There are lots of new images to see with an overall increase in the number of free full resolution images available. Sadly, in order to keep the app size reasonable many great images from the previous version have been removed. With future updates images will be rotated out of the app and may never return so if you see something you like it is best to download it as soon as possible. The vast majority of images in Nature & Wildlife are free to download and use for non-commercial purposes. The app is also a free download and has translations for Spanish, French, and Italian. There are also 11 of my favorite images and artworks available for purchase starting at just $0.99. Nature & Wildlife Pictures is available for all models of iPhone and iPad running iOS 12.

you can download your own free copy of Nature & Wildlife Pictures at the link below.

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Seattle Stickies Ver. 1.2.5 Now Available

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This newest version of Seattle Stickies for iMessage includes a new sticker commemorating the Alaskan Way Viaduct, which for more than 50 years served as Seattle’s waterfront highway. The Alaskan Way was recently replaced by a tunnel and will be demolished in the coming months. I had the opportunity to visit and photograph the abandoned double deck highway before demolition started and was able to make the new sticker. I hope everyone enjoys it.

To celebrate the viaduct and Seattle Pride Month starting this Saturday, June 15, 2019, Seattle Stickies downloads will be free of charge for one week.

Click the link below to download your very own copy of Seattle Stickies.

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Birds for Words Updated

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Birds for Words the iMessage sticker app has been updated to version 1.7. This update includes two new bird stickers “Peace” and “Sleep”. Version 1.7 also adds support for the Chinese language.

For anyone who may not be familiar with iMessage Stickers here is a brief explanation.

Apple has made it possible for you to make your messages a lot more interesting with the help of apps and stickers in iMessages. You can use stickers as stand-alone images, or slap them right on top of someone else’s chat bubble (or sticker, or picture). Apps integrate information so you can, say, book a table at a restaurant or share movie times with others. Your friends can also change dates and times in some instances so everyone can collaborate together.

Even more information available Here

You can download your own Birds for Words sticker pack at the link below.

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Canvas Art Gets Spooky

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Canvas Art ver. 1.1.1 is now available just in time for Halloween. This special edition includes a new “Spooky” filter using machine learning. Users can now change their artwork to an orange and black Halloween themed image, save and share as desired.

Also included in the update is support for the latest operating system, iOS 12 and the new iPhones. There is an improvement to image processing in the Photos Extension where some larger images could not be processed for final output.

Canvas Art is just .99 USD for a limited time at the link below.

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Birds for Words Ver. 1.6 Now Available

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Birds for Words iMessage Sticker extension for the iPhone and iPad has been updated to version 1.6. The update includes two new Stickers bringing the total to 28, and support for the German language.

Go get your very own version of Birds for Words at the link below.

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Seattle Stickies Celebrates Seattle Storm Championship

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Seattle Stickies for iMessage version 1.2.3 was released today with new sticker celebrating the WNBA team Seattle Storm’s third championship this week. The update also includes translation for German and compatibility for Apple’s latest operating system iOS 12. Seattle Stickies for iMessage is available to all iPhone and iPad users.

You can download a copy of Seattle Stickies at the link below.

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Get This Image For Free

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Yeah I know you could just right click and save this image but that is stealing and you have to deal with the watermark. I do believe that most people don’t want to steal and I am making it easy for to do the right thing anyway. You can download this image and dozens of others in high resolution, unmarked, to copy and enjoy for personal use by installing the Nature & Wildlife Pictures app for iPhone and iPad.

With more than 60 high quality nature images free and for sale and support for 4 languages, version 3.3.2 of NWP was released today looking better than ever. Included in this version.

  • 12 Eagle pictures, 18 stunning landscape pictures, and 7 canvas art illistrations.
  • 6 Free Wildlife images specially designed to be used as Apple Watch faces.
  • See any of the for sale images in augmented reality mounted in a frame of choice in your own home before buying the image.
  • It’s a free download! That’s right you can get this application for less than the price of a cup of coffee.

You can download your own free copy of Nature & Wildlife Pictures for iPhone and iPad at the link below.

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Cruising With Seattle Stickies

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Seattle Stickies stickers for iMessage Version 1.2.2 was released today with support for French and Italian languages and the addition of three new cruise ship themed stickers. Three of the cruise lines sailing from Seattle to Alaska are featured in this update to the sticker pack with Holland America, Norwegian, and Princess ships presented as canvas art stickers. If you are taking a cruise to Alaska or just like cruise ships, owners of the Seattle Stickies sticker pack can now show their support for their favorite ships.

If you are not aware of what a Stickers App is here is a great explanation from iMore.com

Apple has made it possible for you to make your messages a lot more interesting with the help of apps and stickers in iMessages. You can use stickers as stand-alone images, or slap them right on top of someone else’s chat bubble (or sticker, or picture). Apps integrate information so you can, say, book a table at a restaurant or share movie times with others. Your friends can also change dates and times in some instances so everyone can collaborate together.

You can pick up you very own copy of Seattle Stickies at the link below. It truly costs less than a cup of coffee and has no up-sells and no ads.

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Canvas Art-Swipe for Transparency

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Just a quick tip about using the latest version of Canvas Art. One of the things that changed in this version is the way that the transparency (alpha) of the edges of the image is adjusted. The edge is what you see in the image above. It creates the charcoal sketch look and always starts out as black but users can adjust the transparency of this effect all the way to the point of making it invisible. In the past, a vertical slider appeared on the right side of the screen. In the 1.1.0 update that slider has been removed but you can still make the same adjustment by swiping up and down. The first few times the app is used with this update an animation indicating swiping is available appears when editing. After that I don’t think it is needed and does not appear anymore. I actually hope no one needs to read this post to figure out how to use the app but just in case, here it is. Just remember that swiping up and down is available.

You can download your very own copy of the app at the link below. It truly does cost less than a cup of coffee and does not have any up-sells or ads.

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Free Hi-Res Wildlife Images

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Just a quick little reminder that the Wildlife & Nature Pictures application that I have for iPad and iPhone contains 46 free full resolution images available for download and personal use. The application is a free download too. Counting it all up that means that there are 46 nature and wildlife images at no cost to you! When last I checked, that is less than a cup of coffee.

For real.

Wildlife & Nature Pictures is available world-wide in the Apple App store and is translated to Spanish with more languages coming soon.

You can download your free copy today at the link below or search for app id #595565558 outside the US.

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Old Coot Makes the List

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A new version of the “Birds for Words” iMessage sticker app is being released today and it includes one of my very first wildlife photos, an American Coot. I have always loved this photo even though it is rather unremarkable and not difficult to capture. Fittingly named as “Behind” it is included in version 1.5 of the application. Also included in this version are translations to Spanish, French, and Italian languages.

You can download your own copy of Birds for Words below. Just a reminder-it really does cost less than a cup of coffee!

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Abolish I.C.E. or Support?

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The hottest issue of the day is how the American government handles its immigration issues and Seattle Stickies has two more stickers to let you be heard. Building a stable of political iMessage stickers the “Abolish ICE” and “Support ICE” images allow users to stick them to any message on the Apple iPhone or iPad.

You can pick up your own copy of Seattle Stickies at the link below.

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Evolving Augmented Reality Experience

Born from the desire to make better screenshots all the photography applications will get an enhanced AR experience on the next round of updates. The trio of apps will soon be able to save and share a snapshot of the augmented reality experience and return to viewing artwork in AR on the same screen. Users will be able to save the snapshot to Photos, other storage services, and social media. Now users can see what their own artwork looks like mounted on a wall and easily get an opinion from others.

Also included in this update will be a larger range of image sizes with a maximum of 1 meter (about 36″) sized artwork. Planned for an update later this Summer the apps will also have the capability to free stand on table and counter tops.

You can download all of the apps at the links below.

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Seattle Head Tax Stickers

 

One of the hot issues in Western Washington is the new Seattle Head tax to fund homeless relief. Seattle Stickies the Apple iMessages Sticker application for iPhone and iPad has four new stickers that lets users show their opinion when texting or sending a message. Stick it and send it so those in power know how you feel.

If you are not aware of what a Stickers App is here is a great explanation from iMore.com

Apple has made it possible for you to make your messages a lot more interesting with the help of apps and stickers in iMessages. You can use stickers as stand-alone images, or slap them right on top of someone else’s chat bubble (or sticker, or picture). Apps integrate information so you can, say, book a table at a restaurant or share movie times with others. Your friends can also change dates and times in some instances so everyone can collaborate together.

Download a copy of Seattle Stickies at the link below.

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Augmented Reality Coming to Photography Apps

 

Coming soon to the iPhone and iPad augmented reality becomes more powerful and will bring a new dimension to the three photography related applications I sell. Specifically, the next version of the iOS operating system, version 11.3, will include vertical plane detection in it’s ARKit framework. What that means for all you non-nerd folks is that your phone or tablet will soon be able to detect walls and place objects on them like paintings and pictures.

For the free Nature & Wildlife Pictures app, users will be able to use AR to preview the for sale images in a variety of frames and sizes in their own homes, on their own walls before making any purchase. Get it Straight and Canvas Art users will be able to use their edited images to mount in a variety of frames and sizes so they can see what their completed art looks like on the wall before going through the time and expense of printing the image.

Augmented Reality was first introduced to the iPhone and iPad in September of last year. At that time horizontal plane detection was fully functional and placing  virtual objects on floors, table tops, and counters was all the rage. I have been testing the vertical experience since it has been available and I can say it works quite well and as soon as the feature is available to the public new versions of my apps will be released. I am anticipating this to be in about 4-6 weeks.

You can download the Nature & Wildlife app or Get it Straight app today.

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Seattle Stickies

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Seattle Stickies is now available on the iOS app store. They are available as a free download to all iPad and iPhone owners for a limited time.

It is a collection of Messages stickers celebrating the landmarks and culture of Seattle and the Puget Sound. Great for residents and travelers. These stickers are made in the distinctive canvas art style. Help celebrate the art and culture of all Washington by using these free stickers today.

 

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Dressing Up

Fly By

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So, if you were wondering what were the best ways to attract birds to your space today is your day. Be it small, big urban or rural, there are birds everywhere and it is possible to bring those critters around yours, just be careful of what you wish for. To attract birds you don’t have to reach far, just appeal to the three things birds are always looking for and are only thinking about, food, shelter, and procreation. First, the food. That is pretty easy, just buy a bag of seed for wild birds, get the cheapest you can find, I don’t see any difference in brands, they all attract the birds and will work just fine. Here are a couple of tips to make things a little easier feeding birds.
To attract larger birds buy some sunflower seeds and mix that in to the feed.
If you want to attract large numbers of birds, rather than using a feeder set a cup of seed out in a couple of piles near some bushes.
Don’t forget the water, especially if water is difficult to find. In cold environments where most water sources are frozen the liquid is gold. For desert like environments the addition of misters will make a more hospitable environment the critters will enjoy.

Have some foliage or even just places for the birds to perch and look around. Birds are always on the lookout for danger and the essential component of their behavior is sitting up high and surveying a scene before approaching. They are most comfortable having camouflage but even branches held in place with clamps help tremendously and also make great locations for making photographs.  Taller trees make great places for nesting and if birds can build nests near by all the better. Trying to get birds to nest on your window sill probably is not a great idea, you may grow weary of the noise and may not be a happy camper when some of them die and are eaten. A better idea is to make sure the birds can build nests nearby. if your space has a plethora of twigs and fibers to choose from for nest building they will be all the more likely to return on a daily basis.

Be careful of what you wish for. Birds are part of an ecosystem and they will attract other animals such as cats. If you are a cat owner be advised they will hunt the birds and cause a stress on their community. Dogs keep the cats away and generally don’t disturb the birds. Small birds attract larger birds that prey on them. Raptors eat the small birds and other birds like black birds eat the eggs and hatchings especially the humming-bird. On the plus side birds will control the spider and insect population regardless of how much food you set out.

If you have any tips for attracting birds go ahead and make a comment.

Thanks for stopping by-See you ext week.


Birds and Branches

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So you have gone out and made the ultimate effort to capture great bird photos. You have the fast glass and you practice, practice, practice but there are some things you just can’t change or make any better. One of those things happens to be the fact that birds hang out in trees and other foliage. It’s a safety issue for them. Ultimately we all have to decide wether or not it is worth the effort to try to make the shot but there are always going to be some branches to deal with. Cloning out small branches and twigs is a pain but we all do it from time to time. Having a really shallow depth of field that you get with fast lenses helps tremendously and brings a nice creamy background to the image but there is often the errant branch that is on or very close to the focal plane and causes a distraction. Rather than spending a lot of time cloning out the distraction there is an easy alternative in Photoshop. Blur it into the background.

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In this photo you can see exactly where I applied the blur. It is pretty easy, just make repeated strokes with the blur brush until you get the desired look. Use a duplicate layer for safety. Of course there is always an argument to be made about when and where to use these tools and for that matter whether or not the photograph should be shown in the first place. I am sure you all know that you should be striving to get what you need in the camera but there are always exceptions.

Thanks for stopping by everyone, I hope you find this tip useful. You can see more of my photos here.


Epic Fail

Crowned Sparrow on a wire

The plan this week was to have some video and a few stills of Brown Pelican antics that were made with the GoPro Hero 3 camera. I needed to test out the camera for another project I am working on so I figured I would try out some wide-angle video for birds. I had a good plan I knew where I wanted to mount the camera. one static spot on a rock near the waterline where Browns routinely dive for fish and also mounted atop the 300mm f2.8. I had scheduled 3 sessions figuring one of them would wash out leaving 2 good attempts to get some footage. One of the big attractions of the Hero 3 is the applications available for the iOS devices that allow you to control the camera remotely. The first morning I set the Hero 3 up in my backyard the first thing I noticed was there was a very long delay in the video to the iPad, I also saw that it indicated a low battery after I had just charged it. A short time later the camera was dead. After charging it and checking the battery it was non responsive. Checking online there seems to be a number of complaints with the same issue. I tried a couple of “tricks” to get it working but no luck. Sorry Go Pro you are a No Go, I will be looking for other solutions in my project.

Plan 2.
I have some old gear I need to sell to help finance the new years planed expenses and what can sell photo gear better than some nice photos made with said gear, plus I wanted to make sure everything was in good working condition. Even my newest gear is old and that is why I am selling off a bunch of it. To get better equipment. It is painful using the oldest stuff, cameras and lenses I once thought to be really good no longer cut the mustard and results are frustrating. I wonder about the photo above. It is not an image that I consider to be good. The day I made that picture I had numerous beautiful scenes to set up upon and I did and I waited and waited and not a single time did a bird come into view. my best shot was this little sparrow on a wire. Bird on a wire is not a classy scene in high-end bird photography and I kind of wonder why. Is it because it is supposed to be easier to make or is it supposed to be ugly? Honestly, I find neither to be true. I actually like a bird perched on a nice rusty piece of barbed wire, it highlights the whole foot area of the bird which can be complex. Anyhow this image is not great quality either, too much contrast even though the light was pretty good.
Not a great way to close out 2013, “epic fail” as the kids would say.

Thanks for stopping by everyone, I really appreciate having a chance to share my thoughts and images with you and 2014 is going to be a great year. “Epic Not Fail” right?… “Epic Fail-Not”? Whatever!

 


Passing Time

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Tuning up with the old Tamron 200-500 lens. I have probably spent the most hours of shooting time with the old Tammy but in the last few years it was rarely used. It appears that as I have become a more mature, experienced bird shooter the old warhorse has become more forgiving and easy to use. maybe it is because it is so light, maybe it really a lot better than I ever believed but whatever the case that piece of glass was a breeze. The first thing I did was go straight to what it does best, short distance portraits. There is no doubt that at short (down to around 7″) focus distances the Tamron works best and also works very well at 500mm focal length. It is the lightest long lens I have  used and all of a sudden that is a serious plus. Sometimes folks it is best to go for what you know.

This one is for you Old Girl. God Bless

This one is for you Old Girl.
God Bless


Lost

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You know how sometimes you get caught up doing a bunch of things and something gets forgotten about or left behind. Call that falling through the cracks. A lot of things can fall through the cracks in bird photography not the least of which are images. We have to make hundreds maybe thousands of images to get a really good one that is just a fact of life. Think about how impossible it is to give each and every image a good look. The last couple of days I have ignored some of the things I have to do, you know that endless stream of things that must be done, at a certain expense, money not made and that sort of thing, before my head exploded, and sifted through several thousand images I had made the last several months. I had already looked at these images a couple of times but I could not bring myself to deleting them because I knew in my heart that thee was some value there, hidden gems, backgrounds, stock, etc. I really like doing this because we are always trying out new software and editing techniques and I am always looking for an image for practice.

I had been thinking about something Moose Peterson said about photographing wildlife composed small in the scene. He said it is harder and more impact-full when done well. Scrolling through images I found a series of photos I had completely forgot. A single Crane flying through a menagerie of golden swirling clouds. Pretty cool I think and very little processing involved.

Hey everyone, I have to plug my latest iPad application Wildlife HD. If you have an iPad and want to see some great photographs, learn, and make great photos I recommend you give it a try. Available in the App Store for $1.99 today.

Thanks for stopping by. See you next week.Wildlife HD


Pole Position and the Tale of the Gay Ducks

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Last time I went out to La Jolla Cove I recall having a less than pleasant moment. After a long drive and still well before Sunrise I pulled up to the site and a little out of the ordinary there were a handful of photographers already in position with their tripods firmly standing at the seemingly required five foot seven inches tall in a neat line. I noted that they were way too far back, circling around to cross in front of them because there was no option behind. One of the would be photogs let me know that I needed to pull back for fear of disturbing the birds. I knew he was wrong. A thousand or so hours of photographing pelicans told me otherwise. Sure, had I walked up closer and set up like the others it may have been a problem but that was not my plan. I was circling around so the rising sun would be at my back (kind of important thing) and even better, I moved forward to a crevasse in the cliffs where I climbed in barely visible to neither bird or man. I did the most polite thing I could think of in the pre-dawn hour, I ignored the well-meaning camera operator. I took the position that day, I took the best position because it was there for the taking. In the end I also made some of my best Pelican photos that day too.

Fast forward to last week. Much the same situation. It was after Sunrise on the Bosque, after the Cranes flew off to feed for the day, around mid morning. The light was not great but it was diffused some with a light overcast and some clouds. The goal was to photograph some ducks. We happened upon a small pool close to the main pond, not the greatest location but at least the sun was at our backs. Smart money said it is essential to photograph ducks from the waterline. I would have preferred to have gone further down the road to a beautiful shaded pond that I knew about, but smart money also said there were no ducks there. Smart money was right. At the not so good pond I set out to do my best. The water’s edge was about six or eight feet below the roadway. Another photographer started to make his way to the water’s edge at the best angle to the sun when a photographer who had set up on the roadway chided him, “don’t go there, you will scare the ducks”. The frustrated bird shooter wandered off in another direction. I however, circled around went to the pond’s edge and worked my way around to the prime angle. It wasn’t really special in the first place but I made my shots from about two feet above the waterline. I slowly stood up and began pulling back when timed perfectly to my footstep all the ducks flew off. I looked back and in not too much of a surprise three photographers behind were giving me the look, you know, the looks that kill. Each one of them about twelve feet above the water and way to far away to make meaningful duck pictures. Now, no one really knows what makes a group of birds fly off but clearly they blamed me. I was not so sure, I had been there for a while and I was pulling back but even at that I am willing to take the hit on this one.

All that leads me to pose the questions. When is it a hinderance to be polite? Is polite always right even at the expense of making your shot? Interesting. I think in general the answer is opposite my actions, but for real I wasn’t breaking any rules, I was simply taking action to make the shot that others were not willing to do, I took the best position and I am willing to bet, made the best images. I also know that none of them were anywhere near polite to me after the birds flew. My recommendation is to let your conscience be your guide, have conviction in your actions but be sure to think about your actions and how they affect others. Having a win at all cost attitude is never the right thing.

I made the photo above in that session. One of the goals on the trip was to make duck photos and one of my goals in general is to capture bird behavior. I will say that my entire intention was to portray affection in this photo but in reality it was a bit of a tussle that ended with this affectionate looking pose. I honestly don’t know what it really was but I went with the affection angle. I had made one fatal mistake though, something I never thought about.  It was a symptom of not knowing enough about the subject, the fatal disease in wildlife photography, and I took some good-natured ribbing because of it too.
Those are two male Pintail ducks!
Not that there is any thing wrong with that.

More from Bosque next time. Till then Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.

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Land of Enchantment

Sunrise at the Bosque
Sunrise at the Bosque

Sunrise at the Bosque

Ever since my killer guard dog turned a hundred years old I have been careful about sharing dates and times that I am away from home. Last week was one such time as I was In the wonderful Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Reserve. Bosque is renowned for the spectacular Sunrises and sets it has during the Fall and Winter months. My first four days at the Bosque did not dissapoint. Each day being just as spectacular as the one before. It is hard to make an image that does the reality of Bosque justice, but try I did making hundreds of  photos every morning in the freezing cold. The one above is just one of many that comes close to what I saw.

Snow Geese on the move

Snow Geese on the move

Another thing that the Bosque is renowned for is the “Blast Off”. Every morning around sunrise thousands of Snow Geese fly out of the great pool, the morning sunrise pool, and fly out to the fields to feed. Sometimes almost every single bird leaves at the same time, hence the name “Blast Off”. Other times they depart in large groups in a period of a half hour or so. We didn’t see any spectacular blast offs this time out and in fact what I found far more interesting and photographic was the thousands of Geese that fly to the lake prior to sunrise to meet up with the others that stayed there the entire evening. They just keep coming in waves for an hour or so making great opportunities for making silhouettes and artistic blurs.

There were so many great birding places at the Bosque that it is impossible to show it all at one time so today is the Sunrise. In posts to come I will be showing many other interesting things and places in this little slice of the Land of Enchantment. Stay tuned for a full Sigma review, Sandhill Cranes, Ducks, the EVLA, and more.

Until then have a great day and God Bless – Ron