I really didn’t want to go out into the cold this morning, it was 0 degrees. I’m glad I did, it was totally worth it.
This was the first time I had my camera while spotting a coyote and I spent 45 minutes watching this Bald Eagle eat a ground squirrel.
I have been wanting a bigger lens for a long time and finally bought the Canon EF 100-400 f/4.5-5.6L IS II to go with my 7D Mark II.
It’s been so cold here and with so much snow it has been hard to track down some wildlife lately. Yesterday I decided to try the Animas River Trail in downtown Durango to shoot some fast moving water birds. I was not disappointed. The lens is fast and takes beautiful sharp images without a tripod.
Thank you to everybody who came to the reception on Friday. We had such a wonderful time. It was so nice to have so many friends stop by the gallery to congratulate me and to get a look at my photograph Salt Marsh #2.
If you missed the reception please stop by the gallery, the photographs from the Exposure competition will be up until January 14.