Canada Geese wing their way home on Wednesday evening at sunset
A large Coopers Hawk grace me with the chance to take her portrait this morning
A wee note about these images above.
The past few days have given us absolutely beautiful lighting conditions with very clear atmosphere (after a wee bit of rain on the weekend) These of course are Annas Hummingbirds which are non migratory species that we enjoy year round here on Vancouver Island.
Aside from growing nectar rich flowers like these large Salvia, I have many feeders to assist the birds which is simply white sugar and water.
All my images are shot with natural (available) light so you will always see colours and clarity shift depending on whether they were shot on a sunny or cloudy day , plus time of day or season greatly affects images in many ways.
Thanks to everyone who is watching my site.
God Bless you and please look after yourselves during these trying times. Good will prevail if we allow it!
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