It’s been a busy time of the year and I have not had the chance to take the camera out, let alone take pictures. A nice sunny Sunday finally forced me to get off my chair, put on the hiking shoes, and take some pictures. Images from Huntley Meadows in suburban Alexandria. Autumn has come.
A Roseate Spoonbill managed to find its way to Huntley Meadows. It’s been in the wetlands for a week now. Needless to say, the whole birding community in the area is abuzz. A lot of photographers have taken their cameras and tripods, in all hours of the day, to get a picture (well, hundreds of… Continue reading The Huntley Triple Stack
For a small wetland area in the middle of suburbia, Huntley Meadows is not only an oasis for trees, plants and flowers, but also a place where raptors can be found. Ospreys regularly hunt and even nest in its confines. Some pictures taken on a recent visit.
Two swallows in flightBehaving differentlyIn different light
For many people in the world, today is a day to celebrate the resurrection of the Messiah. To all of us, no matter our beliefs, it is a day to reflect on what Easter really means. It is the rebirth of man, so to speak. Fallen from grace, God sent His son to the world… Continue reading Happy Easter!
An osprey goes through the motions looking for a meal.
Nothing spectacular. Just a few images of things that one can expect to see this time of the year (January) at Huntley Meadows, a local wildlife refuge in suburban Alexandria, Virginia. It’s a great place for a walk and for sightseeing.
We choose, for ourselves, the life we live. Personal choices. Personal responsibility.
Remember what it felt like to fly free?
Somehow, an eagle with a fish, being chased by another eagle, makes dull colors really interesting. Or not. These two juvenile bald eagles seem unaware of the bland coloration around them. There are (a lot of) fish in the water, meals to eat. Action. Lots of it. In bursts. Sometimes, you can wait for hours… Continue reading Dark colors, bland rocks, a river and two birds
Recent images of Ruby-Throated Hummingbirds taken at Meadowlark Botanical Gardens in Vienna, Virginia. A great place for quiet contemplative walks, bird watching and reconnecting with yourself. Flowers and plants galore. A short drive from Tysons Corner, Virginia and Wolf Trap Farm Park.