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Last week I was gazing out my back door when all of a sudden a pair of Harrier Hawks cruised by hunting right out my backyard! I only had my little bridge camera nearby so opened the door and started firing frames.
Here are two images: By the time I got my camera one of them was flying out further in the field and I kept saying, ” come back, come back!”, the other one had flown way off to the west.
It did come back and this is the best image I got of it.
I think this is a Male Harrier. Its mate, she didn’t stay nearby so I didn’t get an image of her. I didn’t have it set up in burst mode and this camera can’t track very well so I’m disappointed in the shots I did get. Actually, I’ve been feeling that way often recently as I go through my images looking for something good to post and share. In any case, I was so excited to see the pair right outside my backyard!
It’s been snowing here. I don’t know the official “inch” total, but it’s beautiful.
He-Man and I bundled up one day and walked the mile to the mailbox between breaks in the weather and here’s the view of Job’s Peak from the street by the mailboxes.
It’s been foggy and you can’t see the mountains right now, but Hopefully, that changes soon and I get out to photograph some snowy scenes.
I hope you all have a wonderful week-end! I hope to get the tree decorated. I feel so behind!
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more to come…