BOMBAY HOOK PHOTO WEEKEND REPORT

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Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge near Smyrna, DE is a critical stopover for birds migrating along the Atlantic Coast Flyway. Bombay Hook NWR provides sanctuary each winter to tens of thousands of snow geese, Canada geese, and other waterfowl … which in turn provides a wealth of spectacular photo ops for photographers. A few days ago, I conducted my annual photo weekend at Bombay Hook. Despite the threat of a major snow storm, our group enjoyed good light. American coot, bald eagle, belted kingfisher, black duck, buffleheads, Canada geese, great blue heron, mallards, Northern harrier,...

Chesapeake Bay Photo Weekend

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[singlepic id=301 w=320 h=240 float=left]Earlier this week, I returned home from teaching a weekend photo workshop in magnificent Talbot County, Maryland.  Nestled in the tidewaters of the Chesapeake Bay, Talbot County has over 600 miles of shoreline, including five rivers and their tributaries.  As they have done here for generations, watermen ply the waters of the Bay.  Their boats, harbors, fishing gear, crab pots, and fresh catches provide an endless array of photo opportunities.