Member’s Bird Photography Showcase – 12/15/21

Showcasing Bajadreamer

I really enjoy looking at the bird photographs posted here, and to me the images are enhanced when accompanied by a detailed description that tells about the bird, how the shot was obtained, and/or why the image was special to the photographer.  Bajadreamer usually provides us with both a GreatBirdPic and an interesting Description.  Enjoy the pictures below but be sure to click on each and read what he wrote in the Description field to gain a better appreciation for each shot.

Our first Bajadreamer shot is of Gray-cowled Wood-Rail.  It looks like he was laying on his stomach to get the shot – click the picture to read all about it.


Next is an image that contains two different wood-creepers.  Click the image and read why this was such a difficult shot to get.


Like most photographers, Bajadreamer always thinks they can get a better shot (that’s why I keep taking pictures of birds I already have lots of pictures of).  Read about why he thinks he missed a better shot of these White-winged Swallows.


Thanks Bajadreamer for taking the time to write about your bird photography experiences – they make your pictures even more enjoyable!

Stay Safe.  Go Birding.  Take Pics.  Share Here.  Repeat.  


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