Everything about sanderlings seems to happen fast.
They run across the sand fast, they change directions fast, they takeoff fast and land fast.
And sometimes they even come flying into the frame a little too fast.
It would have been great to have some more space on the left of this shot, but sometimes things just happen too fast.
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
A common sight near the horse stables at Tennessee Valley, these wild turkeys are a fun to see up close. So remarkably ugly, but with beautiful plumage especially when a male displays.
Monday, August 9, 2010
A group of sanderlings in summer plumage along the shoreline of Pillar Point Harbor near Half Moon Bay. The late afternoon was overcast under a heavy fog that just seems to be around all day, every day this summer in the Bay Area. However, I don't really mind the fog as it means there's a longer window for photography both in the morning and evening, and the colors in their plumage come out nice against the bleak scenery.
Sunday, August 8, 2010
Sanderling duos in summer colors running with the waves at Pillar Point Harbor near Half Moon Bay. There was a decent sized flock of maybe 40-50 birds there last weekend, however, there were also plenty of dogs around that loved to give chase. So I had to get my shots in between the flocks being spooked and flying off to a different area before eventually being chased by a different dog and coming back to where I was.