Spent my morning at the Dungeness River Audubon Center in Sequim. With Covid, the bird walk is unofficial and informal, but what a wonderful group of people ! Sorry I couldn’t get a better picture of that sapsucker. Next time !
Went out to the Spit after that and spent the early afternoon at Sequim Bay Park and John Wayne Marina. I can’t wait to go back and explore more.
You are certainly one step ahead of me. We had to identify birds for school … No medal earned here … 😉
Very nice. Thanks.
Thanks for the kind word and for stopping by.
Well, the shot of the clamming gull certainly makes up for any sapsucker intent on feeding behind a branch! WowZers! And the mouthful of fish as well. What time of day were you there? (I probably “should” have gone out early this morning before I leave, but… Besides, I don’t have your skill in finding those shots; nor can I locate them in my viewfinder if I were to.) Kuddos. Again.
A friend often reminds me that photography is s four-letter word: LUCK. While I wholeheartedly agree with that assessment, I would say it is just as accurately, the word WAIT. To be still and without expectation is when the magic happens. I stopped at that marina on my way home, around 1-1:30. Thanks for writing ♡
You did have a beautiful day, and took so many fantastic photos. Excellent!
Thanks, Pam ! I’m afraid the photos didn’t do proper justice to the day. It was really beautiful, as it always is in Olympic country. Thanks for reading !
Such great pictures!!!
Thanks Stacy ! There is really SO much to do in that area. I have lots of exploring still to do ! Thanks for writing !
Once again, stunning images… your love for your subjects comes through in every shot, Bon…*
Thanks, Mare. Pictures don’t do the day justice. You’d have loved the day ❤