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Isolation Photo Project, Day 71

The universe wants balance. My camera had so much to work with yesterday. Today, not so much. After sitting in my backyard for thirty minutes, I managed to get a shot of this bird, which I have not yet identified. It's late at night. I'm exhausted. Bhavna hasn't slept in days and now I think I may not be able to sleep either. Up until yesterday, I had avoided reading or watching any news. I had lost interest in a…

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White-Eyed Vireo

White-Eyed Vireo, Bird, Branch

I discovered this photograph of the White-Eyed Vireo in the set I took a few weeks ago while on a photography field trip with Ray Hennessey. This morning, via an email exchange, Ray helped me identify this bird. According to the Audubon Society website, the White-Eyed Vireo is: A busy bird of the thickets, most common in the southeast. Although the White-eyed Vireo usually stays in dense cover, it is not always hard to see; it will come up to…

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Where is spring?

Bird, Snow, Winter, Branch, Tree

Tuesday Photo Challenge – Forces by Frank Jansen (Dutch goes the Photo!) Overcome all aspects [exif id="36745"] Guess what? 1/1000s is also a good shutter speed for photos of backyard birds in the snow. But I have no clue what sort of bird this is. Do you?…

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