I want to try to have a series of wildlife photo posts, and here’s my first official post in that series.
I captured these photos a few weeks ago. Every year in May and June, I get toads in the front. I think they really like my front gardens, where I use a lot of native pine straw as mulch and the soil is good and loose for them to search for prey.
I had a hard time getting a face shot, this guy was very photo-shy. The second picture is the best I could get. If you’re wondering what these guys sound like, here’s a nice video.
Wildlife Update: Gulf Coast Toad full post
(250 words, 2 images, estimated 1:00 mins reading time)
I’ve got a vacation coming up, and I plan on spending a good portion of my time learning some photography. The professional photographer I’ll be learning from suggested I get a few items. I already knew I needed a decent tripod. He suggested some filters for me. This post isn’t about the filters…I’m enough of a photography newbie that I don’t feel in a position to review those.
This post is about the tripod and ball head that was my number one priority.
Photo Gear full post
(756 words, 17 images, estimated 3:01 mins reading time)