Saturday, January 2, 2010

Amy's amazing photography

She put the camera on the tungsten setting (which I did not know existed, but what's new?) and was able to get some gorgeous pictures of a bluejay that was at one of our feeders. Having bird feeders in the winter has brought us many hours of enjoyment and learning. We can praise God for creativity that is awesomely detailed. We've all been able to take incredible photos of many of the birds. We don't necessarily have wonderful talent, although I'm not going to say we don't have any talent, we do have a good camera and some helpful birds to be our subjects. :)

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If you click on any of the pictures it'll take you to my Flickr page.

2 comments:

cheri said...

Beautiful photos! I'd say there's some talent there. Way to go, Amy!

Nanci said...

Oh, these shots are wonderful! I especially love the one of the bluejay and the junco.

I have tried several times to get shots of bluejays at our feeders, but they are so easily "spooked" that they flew off, and I STILL haven't managed to get a picture of one. I guess I need to know Amy's secret of getting them to "stay put". LOL