Sunset Chickadee

These days, it seems photography is a distant memory. My new job is in a location that is devoid of anything to shoot , although I really should take a page out of Thomas Hawk’s way of photographing everything. Still, with a new job and all the learning and work to do, inspiration falls to the side. Recently, after work, I’ve taken to sitting in the backyard with a drink and my X-T1 with the longest lens I have (60mm) to catch anything interesting. And while Mr. Hawk desires to publish a million photos before he dies and as such (and I think his camera is sewn to his hand) I’m  little more discerning. The image has to be “worthy”.

So it was the other day when sitting outside that a Chickadee flew in close to check things out. Thus is the resulting shot with the setting sun. There have been a number of little creatures showing up, including a humming bird, which I’m hoping to catch next.

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