I had a busy weekend. But it was blah and uneventful as far as my camera was concerned. I took fewer than 100 photos, which may be an all time low for me. But I manage to eke out two rather boring shots for my Flickr 365 so I was happy about that.
Yesterday afternoon I was involved in photography in a different way. I helped my daughter Carrie frame her photos for an upcoming exhibit in Northampton, Massachusetts. She and her fellow photographers from the Northampton Camera Club will have photos displayed at Historic Northampton in an exhibit called “Northampton as We See It” from December 12, 2013 to January 25, 2014. Carrie’s photos are very good and I’m not saying that just because I’m her mother. I think I will ask her to email me a couple to share with you all and you will see for yourselves what a talented daughter I have.
Meanwhile, the birds were super busy at the feeders today. I think they were trying to keep themselves warm. But I managed to shoot a few and will share them today.
It’s always nice when the Juncos come back for the winter and one sat in the bush and cooperated so nicely.
Personally, I think the beauty and understated elegance of the female cardinal is second to none.
And the chickadee is always fun to watch even if he is everywhere.