Doing a study on eider ducks I came across this aggressive Oystercatcher determined to drive me away from its nest, the exact location of which I could not identify. It amazed me as this relatively small bird continued to display aggressively despite its size. The power of its instinct to protect its eggs was greater than its fear of me. I actually felt quite intimidated; as I was unable to leave due to the survey I was carrying out and even after moving a short distance the Oystercatcher was... continue reading
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It was a cloudy and a bit windy day.I drove past by a patch of empty land which drew my attention.The land was overgrown with wild grass.The wavy grass looked beautiful under the sunlight peeking out.I hesitated and finally decided to pull over to take some shots.The grass made a very nice foreground for the red roofs of homes, forests and dark clouds at the background.Here is one of them that I submitted and has been accepted:Two days later when I drove by that land again, the grass... continue reading
Every photographer wants to create eye catching images. What’s the secret behind capturing such images? Well truly speaking I am not expert in this field to say or guide on this issue. But I will definitely like to share something which I learned from my experience.First of all how one can define about eye catching images? There are many answers to this according to me like:1.I think it is the image having ability to hold the viewers eye on it at least for few seconds on first look.... continue reading
If you are a fisherman or fisher woman you have many opportunities to capture your favorite sport.Always take a compact camera with in your pocket, jacket etc. and you can capture the day's events.The fish themselves are the main attraction with close-up macros of the head or coloration of your catch.Even if you do not catch anything, try taking photos of the gear used in fishing like rods and reels as well as sport fishing boats.Macros of fishing lures and other accessories can be taken.... continue reading
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