• Kip’s Comments 12-16-18

      So That is Where My Suet is Going I’ve been wondering where my suet cakes have been going. It seems I have to refill the feeder more often than I would expect considering how woodpeckers eat. Today I watched as the culprit in my suet disappearance went to work with me nearby.      …

  • Kip’s Comments 12-15-18

      Riding Where the Fish Swim Every now and then I have to try something new. Today I rode my fat tire bike where the fish swim – on the exposed shoreline of Saylorville Lake. Saylorville Lake is drawn down now resulting in plenty of shoreline surface to pedal on. Since I was in the …

  • Kip’s Comments 12-14-18

      Life in the Fog Fog is a beautiful condition, as long as you don’t have to travel in it. For photographers, fog turns an often seen, often mundane, landscape into a mysterious place with muted to almost monochrome coloring. When we have mornings like we had today, I am busy moving from one foggy/frosty …

  • Kip’s Comments 12-13-18

      All Fluffed Up in Our Maple Tree When I can I prefer to shoot wildlife pictures with a natural composition rather than with the bird or animal clinging to a bird feeder or something else unnatural. Such “normal” compositions aren’t always easy and require time and patience. Bringing birds to feeders to shoot pictures …