Season Greetings from the Delta....
Have a great safe festive season.
(Aficionado Olympus DSLR )
Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away. (George Carlin)
New Seventh Wonder of the World.
Nice! You and the E-M1 seem to be getting along splendidly. Officially jealous of the lens.
Need to drag the kid down to the Cosumnes Reserve over the holidays. Fog certainly isn't an issue this year.
"Whiskey is for drinking, digicams are for fighting over."
Exactly where (more or less)? Am just curious...I live on a boat in San Rafael, can see out my windows the deepwater ships transit from San Pablo Bay to SF Bay. Stupid me, I didn't know we had Sandhill Cranes here, so am just wondering where I should go to see 'em?
Stew Volt wrote:
so am just wondering where I should go to see 'em?
start with this page: http://www.dfg.ca.gov/delta/cranetour/
At the bottom is a list of places you can go to see the cranes around the Lodi area. Also take a look at the sandhill viewing guide pdf on this page: http://www.cosumnes.org/activities/
My favorite place is Staten Island, as described on the pdf. The cranes congregate in the water at night but leave around sunrise to go forage in the fields (you can still see them but they are scattered). They return by the thousands at sunset to the water fields. It is amazing sight (and sound as they are really loud) and I'm usually the only one there, freezing in the dark. Usually there are lots of ducks and swans and other birds, too.
These photos are really nice - usually day time photos are too far away and have too much sun glare. These don't have either problem so very well done! Better than anything I have managed.
There are several good places all within 10-15 miles of one another: Staten Island, Cosumnes Preserve, and the Woodbridge Rd. area. Good luck...well worth the visit! Jeff
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