My wildlife photography has not been all that productive lately with all of the bad weather, other obligations and interest taking up much of my free times so for this post I dipped back into images captured earlier this year.
Ring-billed gulls occasionally visit the local lake. I usually only observe them perhaps two or three times each year.
Since the Osprey's return I have been seeing them during each of my lake visits. This osprey can be seen clutching a nice sized pumpkin-seed sunfish in its talons. Not close enough to make a great image the shot is a great reminder of a pleasant morning spent on the water.
A shot I made last year and never got around to posting. Now that I feel like I'm scraping the bottom of the barrel to find images to post I guess its time to get it out.
Well, your bottom of the barrel is still plenty worth viewing. :)
I agree - your bottom of the barrel has some great images in it!
Wow I love your osprey shots Coy... We also have some ring-billed gulls here, 3 indeed which appeared in February, as well as a Bonaparte gull that was spotted two days ago in Reykjavik, but of course both species are not common over here.
Bottom of the barrel? These are great!
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