I'm not sure what Bucky McDeerface is thinking here, but I don't think I like it!
That moment when you realize that your quarry is onto you...
A great photo opportunity occurred on an Autumn morning in Bernheim Forest. It had been a hotter than normal week but then a passing cold front brought showers through the nignt and much colder temperatures in the morning. All of this had the effect of causing rising water vapor everywhere. Water vapor plus the rising sun lead to an opportunity to capture god-rays in a landscape shot.
Though they are large birds, the Heron in this photo seems small against the large bank of autumn foliage. Though getting an eyeball on a Heron is a relatively new experience for me, I had no idea they would alight on skinny tree branches.
There is currently a big fad on Facebook where everyone is posting 7 black & white photos in 7 days.
I say, go through the portal! In every black & white photo is a color photo yearning to be free!!!
Actually a lot bigger than a cabin, the Bernheim Forest Education Center sits nestled in the surrounding autumn color. Kinda makes me feel sorry for the people who don't get to live in Kentucky..
It's as if the statue by George Grey Barnard was conducting a symphony of color. Taken this morning, shortly after sunrise. The dreary gray sky helped with the saturation of the colors.
It's important to make sure your pets get enough exercise!
Though much of Bernheim Forest is still tending toward being green, this one small spot was exploding with color!