Tag Archives: Poor Farm Swamp
Sunday was another cloudless beginning to the day. Not a good sign for sunrise photography and as I drove looking for something to catch my eye nothing did. So it goes sometimes. Still a lovely start to the day with … Continue reading
I’ve tried and failed a few times to capture a shot of a Belted Kingfisher-Megaceryle alcyon while visiting the swamp. Since I do 99% of my shooting from a tripod they often fly off before I set up. But yesterday … Continue reading
Going through the search archives we are somewhere around the thirty fifth Frog Friday. I might have missed one or two. But now a number is established. This is one of the few bullfrogs I have photographed that is not … Continue reading
A little early taste of Frog Friday. I’ve a cutie for tomorrow. In flower photography there is a technique called shoot through, iow using a leaf, grass, or some other object out of focus in the foreground to give a … Continue reading
One of the Poor Farm Swamp denizens having a nice neck stretch.
On my way to the car after the heron, some frogs, a turtle, and a plain nice day to be out, I stopped one more time to check Poor Farm Swamp Pond for what might be out there. As I … Continue reading
I bet those long toes could use a pedicure as well.
The bullfrogs are back in healthy numbers in Poor Farm Swamp. Most were not in a good position for photography, lounging under the shrubs and grasses that grow along the banks of the ponds but all the mating sounds were … Continue reading
While walking the rail trail this past Sunday I noticed that the local snappers-Chelydra serpentina were laying their eggs in the dirt along the asphalt path. It is always exciting to see the moms laying the next generation even though … Continue reading