HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (April, 2021) - This was a real treat this month. A juvenile Bald Eagle decided to hang out at HB Central Park. Caught some images of him flying and hunting. Just a beautiful sight.
Wednesday, April 28, 2021
ONTARIO, Calif. (April, 2021) - This is the second year I've followed these Burrowing Owls. There is a debate going on regarding the field they live in as to whether it will become a FedEx facility? The Audubon Society has been attending local hearings to try and save them. Hopefully, they will be saved. Here are some photos from last weekend.
Wednesday, March 31, 2021
(March, 2021) - Captured a couple portraits of Tokyo with the Leica Summicron 90mm f/2. I love this lens because it is quick and easy to acquire focus. Since cats move around so much, it's hard to lock manual focus. I think this focal length combined with the maximum aperture makes this lens usable for slow moving subjects. I guess it's one of my go-to cat lenses.
SAN PEDRO, Calif. (March, 2021) - The Peregrine Falcons were back on the cliffs in San Pedro this month. This is their mating season and I look forward to photographing the babies soon. If you've ever witnessed them eating, it's pretty brutal. The little Starling was alive and trying to fight him off when he first landed on the rock.
Saturday, February 27, 2021
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (February, 2021) - The osprey are back for the season building their nest and getting ready to mate. Oddly, there are three of them. Two appear to be males and one female sitting on the nest. Got there at around 07:00 and the two males put on arial show for about 30 minutes.
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (February, 2021) - Shot some medium format images at the Bolsa Chica Wetlands and Marina with the Hasselblad 500cm and 50mm f/4 CFi. Shot early morning using the Peak Design travel tripod. Btw, this is a fantastic tripod. So well thought out, compact and easy to carry.
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif (February, 2021) - Shot some digital medium format images at the Huntington Beach Library with the Hasselblad 500cm and 50mm f/4 CFi. I really love the sharpness and color rendition from this lens. Other than the output being digital, the overall experience with the 500cm is exactly the same as shooting film. This is ideal for me because I enjoy the aspects of manual exposure and focus, but do not care for scanning film. Best of both worlds for me I guess...