I finally bought a wide-angle lens. Of course, it was after the fall yellow flower season at Circle B Bar Reserve, when the entire reserve is covered in yellow flowers. But, hey, there’s always next year. Right before New Year’s weekend, I headed out with my new lens and finally, after 3 years of going to the reserve, I got some wide-angle shots. It’s such a big place. This is only a small portion. There’s at least 5 miles of main trails and that doesn’t include some of the back bike and horseback riding trails. All of the trails have cute names so you can tell someone where to find an important bird. The bittern was at the corner of Marsh Rabbit Run and Heron Hideout. The baby limpkins were in the middle of Wading Bird Way. The bobcat was at the end of Alligator Alley. You can always find eastern meadowlarks on Eagle’s Roost Trail. Such a fun place! But don’t tell anybody! I don’t want my favorite place to get crowded.
i love the sunburst. and yeah, just a ‘few’ coots on the water! 🙂
That sun photo is great!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Stunning series of photos! But the blare of sunlight rising over the trail is simply magnificent!
Loved the shot of the sun coming up over the trail!
Such a beautiful colour of the sky in your pictures!
I wish you a Happy Friday!
Beautiful photos, Dina. I laughed at “a few coots” — looks like a whole covey of coots!
Enjoyed this post a lot today.
Great shots all, but Sun Coming Up is magnificent!
You must be very pleased with your new lens! What a pretty spot to take a walk and shoot some pics. Your sky is so crystal clear! Enjoy the weekend.
Very nice photos.
Regards and best wishes