Dorothy’s Good Advice

“If I ever go looking for my heart’s desire again, I won’t look any further than my own back yard. Because if it isn’t there, I never really lost it to begin with!” – Dorothy Gale

I sat at my desk this afternoon, bemoaning my fore-bemoaned moan that there was nothing to photograph, when lo and behold a rather large gang of Cedar Waxwings decided to throw a party right outside my office window. I couldn’t keep the gloomy, overcast sky out of the frame, so I spot metered the birds, shot in RAW, and let the sky go white.

Technically, there's not enough eye for a good wildlife photo, but I don't care; I like the attitude.

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2 responses to “Dorothy’s Good Advice

  1. Myrna Cambianica

    beautiful … all of the photos … used to be a flock of wax wings that came to the field opposite us, but the mistletoe with its berries have been trimmed from the trees and we did not see any last year … delighted that the are still in a flock at your home

  2. Jude

    Lovely…thank you for sharing.

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