Too Much Detail
Friends, this image of a ruffed grouse in a birch tree illustrates a common problem when photographing birds in their environment, too much detail around the bird. However, the eye was sharp and had a highlight and the light had a reasonable angle so I decided to show it to you today. After risking our lives by stopping on a blacktop road and scurrying around on the shoulders, I thought maybe the image had some merit. The grouse love the birch buds this time of year (winter) and are often perched among the branches eating their fill. til Tomorrow MJ
Posted on January 6, 2013, in Birds, Crex Meadows, Nature, photography and tagged birch tree, birds, buds, Crex Meadows, grouse, mjspringett, nature, photography, postaday, ruffed grouse, winter. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.