We put a birdhouse right outside our kitchen window and it’s been fascinating to watch the action and interactions. Turns out that the woodpecker is a big ole meanie!
Enjoying some quality time at the beach. I figured I’d shoot the sunrise a little differently this morning.
It’s been a while since I did a video here so enjoy.
Along with continuing to shoot both photos and videos and teaching a photography course at SU for the Spring semester, I’m going to look back at some of the images I created before I really knew what I was doing. I might revisit the edit or I might just post as-is because I’m satisfied with what I already accomplished. I’ll start with an easy one (best way, right?). I’m pretty happy how this turned out – not just in the design, but because I can now say I shot Africa’s Big 5!
Problem solved! So there’s a lot of ideas out there to solve the whole squirrel-on-the-bird-feeder issue and apparently the bb/pellet gun is frowned upon. Anyway, my son proposed that we address the tree and not the feeder by wrapping a piece of sheet metal around the tree so the squirrels couldn’t launch themselves. Nice, but we didn’t go that route. And then there’s the Yankee Flipper (Whipper, Flipper and Tipper also available). To costly and is kinda mean. We went with a cleverly designed bird feeder that closes with the weight of a squirrel, but allows the much-lighter birds to feed. And I put the old feeder in a different location for the squirrels. Win-win-win! However, now the squirrels are apparently ticked and have begun chewing through the hanging wire which is simply old landline telephone cable. The adventure continues…