|Western Meadowlark Singing|
Last week I visited a local fishing access site where I've seen a variety of birds, hoping to photograph red-winged blackbirds. Their song is always a herald of spring. I did not see or hear any of these avian friends, but the meadowlarks were present in full-throated competition for territory. I even saw two squabble over the same fence post!
For this image, I used the camera settings I described in yesterday's post and steadied my camera and lens on a wooden fence rail. Early morning fog obscured nearby buildings and provided a nice sense of depth from the fading plant stalks.
Learn more about your digital camera's controls in my upcoming photography classes. Getting to Know Your Digital Camera class meets in person Saturday, April 30, 2022, at the Lifelong Learning Center in Missoula, Montana. Click here to register.