I'm a sucker for silhouettes especially those created by our setting sun. It was taken the night of the Roseate fly by. I would like to have used a wider focal length, but the car and people were in the way.
The two mules were great, but the trash can, I think, ruins it. If I tried to move the can, the mules would have moved, Catch 22.
This was taken within seconds of the sun breaking the horizon with a 600mm lens. The jagged horizon was real and, I think, adds to the appeal for the image.
After one of the passing showers in front of the clubhouse.
I took some liberties in Photoshop with this image.
To have those 4 Roseate Spoonbills make two fly-bys, made the evening for me. To get a lucky shot like this made it even nicer.
This Semi-palmated Plover made a beautiful landing right in front of me and I got a whole series of shots. This was the best, a little soft, but useable.