BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

BRIGHT SPOT (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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These are two of only a few photographs I took all winter. It was just (still is) too cold for my taste. Chickadees are extremely hardy though and were very obliging that day last December. I adjusted the white balance in Lightroom to remove the blue cast to the snow. It also brought out the brilliant white in the birds.

20 thoughts on “BRIGHT SPOT (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. I love chickadees! I seldom see them here in Florida.

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  2. Gorgeous! I tried to take a similar photo recently and the bird flew away 😦 You must have so much patience!

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  3. Lovely capture! They move about so quickly. They never seem to stay in one spot for very long.

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  4. Sweet shots with perfect eyes, so hard to capture in that black cap.

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  5. Great shots. Reliable little guys. To me they were always trying to say, ‘come on, it’s not that cold. Look at me, I don’t mind’. Still haven’t been able to find their southern cousin, the Carolina Chickadee.

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  6. Lovely shots with great detail in the feathers. The lichen on the branches adds nicely to the scene. I hope your area warms up soon so you can get out and shoot!

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  7. Love chickadees—my favorite birds hands down. Very nice portraits!

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  8. Really beautiful portraits – and so very like the British members of the family.

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  9. Cute chickadee braving the snow!

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  10. Beautiful images Belinda! I really like that flush of colour on this wonderful little bird,s breast. Have a great Sunday 🙂

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