A gust of wind ruffles the feathers of a Mourning Dove
As those of you who visit Country Captures regularly know, I always strive to capture wildlife images in natural settings. Photos of birds sitting on feeders, roof tops, and powerlines are not as aesthetically appealing to me as birds on a natural perch. It really doesn't take much to set up a feeding location with lots of natural props as long as your local ordinances allow a brush pile on your property.
Spending time in the blind is a great way to pass a few hours on a chilly winter day. Reviewing, deleting, and processing the keeper images will make the long winter evening hours fly by quickly as well.
nice set-up! might have to try that here sometime! not sure about the sitting in the blind on freezing days, however! :)
That looks like a perfect set-up. I don't think my town would like that in my back yard.:(
Nice set up~Great photo of the dove!
That is a nice set-up you have there. Merry Christmas! And see my answer to your question about the lens back on my post where you asked about it.
The first time I used my deer blind in the yard to take photos of the birds using my feeders this past spring, my wife almost called the doctor on me. Works like charm.
Thanks for sharing.
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