January 23, 2015nature, winter winter cattails Sharonemiquon, landscape photography, midwest photography, nature photography, photography, winter cattails Like this:Like Loading...
it looks like we’re following in each other’s footsteps, lately! lovely…
Nice to hear from you, Pam! I see what you mean. 🙂
Lovely…I love the birds flying in the distance, this just makes it!
Happy you noticed the geese, James. They stay at the wetlands all year and are always skilled models. 😉 Thank you!
I was impressed with the way you got the geese to fly through the frame at just the right time. Kudos to you both. 🙂
I wish I could say it was careful planning and a lot of patience — but more often than not, when I’m shooting at this place I just have to look up (or out) and something glides through the frame. 🙂
Thank you :).
So lovely – the reflections in the ice are beautiful!
Thanks, Eliza. I travel by this nature preserve regularly and almost always mid morning or late afternoon – when the light is at its best. 🙂
Beautiful. Makes me want to be there!
Thank you, Paula. 🙂
Very beautiful! This place must be fabulous in the summer.
Thanks very much, Ilex. It’s fabulous all year but yes, summer is especially great because of the wildlife it brings. 🙂
Winters’ quiet gift – beautiful shot Sharon.
A gift – yes. What a lovely comment, Mary. Thank you. 🙂
I like this shot. Thanks for sharing.