I’m fortunate to have windows at “tree top height” which allow me to be comfortably warm shooting from inside the house. It is winter, after all.
Add feeders which the birds find attractive, plus a good long lens and it is a perfect set-up.
These photographs were published elsewhere over the past couple of weeks.
This gull was kind enough to pose by the water’s edge.
Ready for another nice day foraging on Lake Nipissing.
I’m not sure that I’m really ready for my close up, but if you must, here’s my best side…
Lake Nosbonsing Loons being curious.
This Alpaca is taking a very dim view of having its portrait made.
Or is it a Llama? A Guanaco? I don’t think it’s a Vicuna.
This guy lives at Awana Kancha near Pisac in the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
This gentleman was part of a group who welcomed us to Tauca, a very small village near Chinchero.
Dressed “formally” to welcome guests.
We visited Cusco, Peru.
This lady was kind enough to accept my offer and allowed me to take her picture.
Kit is a member of the family of friends and spends her time in her paddock near the house.
She leads a good life and at the age of 17 is quite aware of it.