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Random thought's about photography, and equipment related to it.

   In many areas of the States including Wisconsin, spring is a time of rebirth,  of  seeing the last vestiges of the winter finally slipping away.  The longer hours of daylight have us enjoying the day more and more.  For us as photographers we may get to catch a species that alludes us most of the year.   Everyday bringing an ebb and flow to what you may see as they pass through on the way to there summer haunts.

Yellow-rumped Warbler Taken with Nikon D750 and Tamron 150-600mm Zoom

Yellow-rumped Warbler Taken with Nikon D750 and Tamron 150-600mm Zoom

 

Today, as with yesterday was rainy in my neck of the woods, but  around noon started to clear.  I decided to take a trek though some local parks.  Breaking out the Tamron 150-600mm Zoom and the Nikon D750.  I found besides the ever-present Canada Geese, Some Warbler’s, Orioles, and a Heron.  Who knows what I’ll find next time!  So if you have some time, just a little, get out there and enjoy both the spring and a chance at a pic you might not otherwise get!

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