November goulash


This is a collection of images none of which has had a posting of its own. The first two are actually neglected pictures left over from October. The final three were taken this November.

A robin feeds on elderberries.

A Great Blue Heron lands on a rock in the water.

Male Bufflehead Ducks take off.

A Trumpeter Swan lifts its head out of the water as it feeds.

Had I not just photographed this dipper today, it would have deserved its own posting. After hunting on a creek bed, the dipper surfaced with an unfertilized Kokanee egg balanced on its tongue. The egg was promptly swallowed.


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4 Responses to November goulash

  1. Della C. Fenkner says:

    The exquisite details that you capture are absolutely

  2. Trevor Goward says:

    Thanks for sharing, Alistair.

    As always, these images bespeak a powerful aesthetic and love of the living world.

    I salute you!


  3. Christine Boyd says:

    Thanks so much for these beautiful shots! The robin is lovely. The drops of water on the swan’s neck, showing her water-repellancy, and her beautiful eye looks like it is communicating with you.

  4. Jennifer Young says:

    Those are all award worthy. Exquisite capture and detail.
    Thanks for these.

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