the nest is there year round and is used over and over each year, they spiffy it up with new twigs.
I race to the park and start snapping the nest, about 5 photos in I see wings come up and flap, no matter how long I stood there, she did not make another move. I shot over 90 photos. the only shot was just barely in my photo, soooooo
the rest were just of The Pole
With the help of Digital Image 9, I merged the two photos and came up with this one, it appears I took the photo of the pole and the wings at the same time.
"things are not always what they seem" in life and in photography.
Today I left on a mission to get the mother bird, which I did, she did not move at all while I was there and no sign of daddy osprey.
When I go with the camera, they hide, tomorrow I advised hubby he can take the camera and see what he can get. he does not do cameras. we shall see what we shall see.
When thou seest an eagle (osprey), thou seest a portion of genius; lift up thy head!
William Blake (1757 - 1827)