Month: September 2021

..Then Autumn Slowly Glides In

I live where seasons are distinct and vibrant. Winter is introduced by shortened days that beg for hearty soups and the annual search for mittens and wool hats. Just as the gray, dreary days begin to consume winter’s snowy enchantment, Spring arrives with tender… Continue Reading “..Then Autumn Slowly Glides In”

Predator

I have mentioned in the past that I enjoy filming the flycatcher species of birds because they make a photographer’s job fairly easy. It’s not uncommon for a bird to sit on a wire (usually in a fairly open space) and wait for a… Continue Reading “Predator”