Posts Tagged ‘cedar waxwing’

An American lady

Essex Street Marsh full of flora and fauna

By Dave Small on Sept. 25, 2012, at 9:54 a.m.
I like to share my photos and something about the locations where I capture the images. Not always glamorous places, not always glamorous critters, and especially, not always great photos, but these places and flora and fauna are near us and accessible. Regardless of outdoor activity interest — hiking, fishing, hunting, skiing, baseball … you get …
A bald eagle perches on a ledge and enjoys a snack.

Nature photos amuse the photographer

By Dave Small on July 17, 2012, at 10:41 a.m.
Someone once commented on one of my NatureShots gallery narratives that “it doesn’t take much to amuse you.”  That person was correct, if the spectacular displays of nature add up to “not much.” I embrace it. Small critters and wild plants fascinate me and I allow their antics and beauty to awe, entertain and amuse …