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Welcome! I'm an amateur wildlife photographer from New York State. My specialty is nature and wildlife photography. I specialize in wildlife, birds, and landscape photography. This blog is where I share some of my photos and adventures. Please comment and post questions!

Thursday, November 21, 2013

0 Break from College

Break is coming up in a few days and I am looking forward to going home.  I am hoping that over the break I will at least get a few days to get out and enjoy the wilderness.  I will probably also start looking into where the best spots will be to photograph eagles this year as every year scenery changes and old spots close and new ones open.  Depending on tree growth and other things.  I like to start early because then I know when I get there which spot is the best and know exactly where I want to set up.  I am also hoping that I can set up some feeders at my house and hopefully get some shots of some local birds and see what I can see.  Plus I will be spending time with my family which is always nice.  But these breaks for me are always just about relaxing and enjoying my time in the wilderness and not at a college with thousands of other people.  So I should be updating soon as long as I get some photographs over my break.  Also after this break I only have 3 weeks of school then I'm home for about a month for Christmas Break.  So I should be able to get some nice photographs in the coming months.  Until next time. 

Saturday, November 9, 2013

0 Photographs From Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge


I finally got the chance this weekend to look over the photographs I took while on my trip at  the Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge.  I was a little disappointed but I did get a couple shots of the Great Blue Heron but there was very harsh lighting.  So they did not turn out to great.


But while uploading some of the pictures I realized I had some photographs from my last Bashakill Wildlife Management Area Trip that I never got a chance to look at.  So I have a couple of photographs of Red Winged Black Birds that turned out okay.


 Until Next Time.

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