The Accidental Birder
Before March 2019, I had little interest in birdwatching. Then came the doves. Darn things built a nest on top of my solar electric panel box.
That box is attached to my water heater shed, which also holds my gardening tools. I wasn’t about to give up use of the shed, and those birds turned out to be as stubborn as I am.
They weren’t about to move their nesting location, and that was that.
Well, doves, if that’s how you feel about my place, you’re going to help me learn how to become a bird photographer. And that’s what they’ve done.
Current Work in Progress
After shooting thousands of photos through that D850 and five different lenses, I have amassed a collection of more than 150 of the best bird and yard photos. It’s time to do something with them.
That “something” is my current work in progress. I’m compiling my images into a photography book that will be sold through this website.
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