Sometimes it takes me awhile to get around to processing my favourite photos. I’m not sure why I do that – I tuck them away like a wildcard.
That’s what happened with these photos I made on the second day I visited Whitewater Draw in Arizona. If you missed part 1 of this series, be sure to check it out!
This was my favourite new “find” from last year’s snowbird trip. I thought I had it good the first day, but the next morning I woke up to fog. Ooooooo fog!!!!
It’s like magic what fog can do for a landscape and I was anxious to find out what it might do for wildlife. I couldn’t wait to get out there in the hopes of photographing the sandhill cranes just as the fog lifted.
I got my wish.
The photo below is my favourite of all the photos I made of the cranes. I just love the minimalist feel to the shot and how the tips of their wings are just barely above the water as the fog lifts. I think this one is going to make my “top 10 list” for this year 🙂
This one I’m not too sure about! Is there too much fog? I do like the way there is just a hint of the two birds flying one above the other.
When the fog eventually lifted, still in the early morning hours, I headed back to the RV with a smile on my face knowing I had already created my art for the day.