This morning I decided to take a run around the neighbourhood to see what was around. I was not expecting very much, it was late (around 10 am) and getting hot – and I was proved right. I saw very little, got close to even less and photographed practically nothing!
My big treat today was when I was trying to locate a kestrel that I had seen land in a tree and looking out of the passenger window of the car to see a Burrowing Owl less than 10 ft from me. He seemed totally unafraid and let me get several shots off.
Other than that it was a very uneventful morning.
EXIF: Nikon D90 with 300mm f4 AFS and 1.4 x Teleconverter. 1/1600″, f5.6, ISO 200, 420mm, +0EV, Pattern Metered, Manual Mode.