Kip’s Comments 12-1-19

Cedar Waxwing - Image 600195 (© Kip Ladage)

 

The Stripping of Our Tree

We have a European mountain ash tree that is loaded with orange berries. Each fall/early winter we have a few days when cedar waxwings visit and eventually strip the tree of berries. Today was one of those days!   

Even with less than ideal lighting conditions, really quite poor conditions, I was able to record a few images.  View them in large size, at high resolution, and set to music at this link:   

“The Stripping of Our Tree”

Following is a sampling of images I liked from this challenging photo shoot.

Cedar Waxwing - Image 600104 (© Kip Ladage)

Cedar Waxwing – Image 600104 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Cedar Waxwing - Image 600107 (© Kip Ladage)

Cedar Waxwing – Image 600107 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Cedar Waxwing - Image 600114 (© Kip Ladage)

Cedar Waxwing – Image 600114 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Cedar Waxwing - Image 600120 (© Kip Ladage)

Cedar Waxwing – Image 600120 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Cedar Waxwing - Image 600153 (© Kip Ladage)

Cedar Waxwing – Image 600153 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Cedar Waxwing - Image 600161 (© Kip Ladage)

Cedar Waxwing – Image 600161 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Cedar Waxwing - Image 600195 (© Kip Ladage)

Cedar Waxwing – Image 600195 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Cedar Waxwing - Image 600204 (© Kip Ladage)

Cedar Waxwing – Image 600204 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Cedar Waxwing - Image 600205 (© Kip Ladage)

Cedar Waxwing – Image 600205 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Cedar Waxwing - Image 600217 (© Kip Ladage)

Cedar Waxwing – Image 600217 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Cedar Waxwing - Image 600220 (© Kip Ladage)

Cedar Waxwing – Image 600220 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Cedar Waxwing - Image 600226 (© Kip Ladage)

Cedar Waxwing – Image 600226 (© Kip Ladage)

 

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