Thursday, August 6, 2009

Least Sandpiper in Fall

Hello Everyone,
At this time of year when summer temperatures have it their peak here in North Texas, I start looking forward even more to the cooler months of Fall and the birds that it brings with it. You can find me in all of my spare time at the reservoir near my home where so many species of waterfowl gather in Fall through Spring. My hope is to photograph and record as many species as I can this year. Some of the species I have seen are: Green-Winged Teal, Northern Shoveler, Ruddy Duck and Bufflehead. I look forward also to the American Goldfinches that migrate here for the winter. Fall cannot come soon enough for me!
So anyway, here is a photo taken last Fall of a Least Sandpiper at the reservoir. Hope you like it.

1/400th. | f/5.6 | ISO 200 | taken with my old Rebel XT


  1. This is sweet. Love the late light and those golden reflections.