Posted on December 6, 2015 by Jennifer Sawicky Photography2015-12-06: What I’ve seen this week This week, let’s great straight to the pictures! I hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend 🙂 A pine grosbeak working on a pinecone. I’m getting closer to getting a decent photo of the brightly coloured male. 1/640sec, f8.0, ISO 400 Getting even closer, but still not the type of shot I’m hoping for. 1/500sec, f5.6, ISO 2200 I love the shape of this crow flying overhead. 1/500sec, f5.6, ISO 400 Such an epic sunrise. At the time I was thinking it’s a shame to have the road and the wires visible, but I probably wouldn’t have had this view anywhere else. 1/640sec, f8.0, ISO 400 It was so beautiful I had to include two photos it. A brilliantly foggy sunrise. A young deer grazing on my lawn. The early morning and dull day certainly didn’t do me any favours for photography; I was just happy to watch this little one and her Mom relax and graze around the yard. 1/250sec, f5.6, ISO 6400 Trying to capture a decent shot before sunrise on a dull day… not happening. But I was walking along thinking about white bunnies and hoping I’d see one soon that I could capture a photo of, and then I spotted this one 🙂 1/500sec, f5.6, ISO6400 My lunchtime walk brought another sighting of the bunny, in better light. I snapped a quick photo, and started to slowly move closer, hoping to get something better than this. 1/400sec, f5.6, ISO2800 I tried to move closer to take a better photo of the bunny, but it got spooked by a passing car, and all that was left was this tiny clump of fur caught on a branch. There was a tiny sunbeam coming through there; perhaps it was enjoying the warmth of the day. Silhouetted trees and heart shaped clouds at sunrise. 1/400sec, f8.0, ISO 400 Related
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I love the Luna picture. I think your crow is a raven (tail shape). I really like that pic too.
Thanks! I’d never really thought about differences between ravens and crows other than size – now I have something else to look for 🙂