The Cerulean Warbler has wonderful blue-grey feathers all over with streaks of white on the wing and a large patch of white from the throat down the torso. The bird was challenging to photograph. It always seemed to land in between the leaves and stems. Of the dozen or more that I captured, this is the best photo of the set, and it is the only one I have where the bird landed and was not partially obscured by a branch.
I'm just a human being who wears many hats. As an avid amateur photographer, I enjoy exploring the art and science of capturing beautiful moments through my lens. When I'm not behind the camera, I'm working as an information security professional, utilizing my expertise to keep data safe and secure. Beyond that, I'm a nemophile who finds peace and serenity in the great outdoors, and a philomath who loves to learn and expand my knowledge. I reside in Montgomery Township and am always seeking new adventures to capture and share.
Todd Henson24th May 2022 at 9:42 AM
I feel for your struggles with this one. But you managed to create a very nice photo, just the same.
Khürt Williams25th May 2022 at 9:02 AM
Thank you, Todd.
Khürt Williams19th May 2022 at 11:09 AM
A different view of the Cerulean Warbler.
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