This past week has been a difficult week. Between the tragic loss of my cat, me dropping my beautiful and large camera kit with the 500mm lens, and heavy duty business meetings, I’m a bit buggy eyed.
Yesterday I took an impromptu trip up to Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area to capture the 60,000 snow geese that have congregated there this week. Having taken about 800 images, I’ve barely begun with processing.
Watching these geese moving in unison is truly awe inspiring. It literally takes one breath away. But this trip meant a late arrival home last night, and an early start was scheduled for today.
We then headed down to Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge for their annual Bald Eagle Festival. A few raptors were being displayed, giving great photo ops.
It was a gloriously warm and sunny day (finally) and the Feathered Friends meetup group that I was leading today had a great time. But as you know, all great things come to an end, and it couldn’t have been better than with a full moon on the rise.
As you can imagine I’ve got about 2,000 images to go through but at least I can share a teaser of the last 24 hours. Now buggy eyed, I’m off to sleep. Sweet dreams everyone. Bella