During the bleak days of winter I often daydream of traveling south to shoot the splendid birdlife of Florida. At other times my mind drifts to Maryland's eastern shore and relives a winter daybreak in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge. While photo trips to more distant places are fun and often quite productive, many a winter day can be brightened by spending time focused on the visitors to a backyard feeder.
The following photos were shot at our naturalized feeders using a Canon 6D, EF600mm f\4 L IS.
Eastern Gray Squirrel
Some great shots, Coy. You are putting that big lens to good use.
With pictures like this you have no need to travel elsewhere for photos. These are wonderful.
Beautiful birds and lovely photos.
Super photos! Really like the last of the Red-bellied Woodpecker.
The lighting is awesome on these Coy. Is it the setting sun or rising sun? It has the warmth of a setting sun!
You are so good with the camera....inspires.
Love this series of photos, especially the woodpecker!
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