Evening Light

It’s spring but the cold, snowy weather suggests otherwise. Sunlight is a precious commodity right now. When it looked like evening light might work its way through occasional gaps in the cloud cover, I decided to battle cabin fever with a “scenic drive” on secondary roads near home, hoping to capture something special. There were plenty of surprises and ephemeral moments. These were my favorites.

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Windmill in evening light

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Canada Geese

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Great Blue Heron

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Ring-necked Ducks (1 of 2)

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Common Merganser, male

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Common Merganser, female

All photos by NB Hunter

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2 thoughts on “Evening Light

  1. Wow, you must have some good haunts as a little trip out for means seeing some amazing waterfowl! Great pictures once again!

    • Thanks! I never cease to be amazed at how a few minutes, or seconds, can make or break one of these fleeting scenes. Just when I’m thinking I want this to last forever, it’s gone forever.

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