I've published photos from three recent short trips: China (November), Manitoba (February), and southern Oregon (February). All of these involved only 3-4 day stays, and none of them were really photo-heavy for different reasons... don't worry, my Yellowstone winter trip in January made up for the dearth of photo ops.
I went to China for a nature photography exhibition in Sanmenxia. With only three days on the ground, I didn't expect to do any serious photography, instead borrowing a Nikon body and lens to shoot some snapshots during the cultural excursions we took.
You can see the small gallery of China images here.
In early February I traveled to Manitoba to try and find my first Canada lynx. Well, I found it (and four more lynx!), but none of the photo ops were great. Still, it was a real thrill finding this cat on foot. And we saw a couple other species...
Great Gray Owl
See the small gallery of Manitoba images here.
Two weeks ago I traveled to the Lower Klamath Basin in southern Oregon to take part in the 41st annual Winter Wings Festival. I gave a talk and led some field trips, so my cameras didn't get much work in the short time I was there. There were a few photo ops, however.
A Red-winged Blackbird flock with a leucistic individual (seen in the background).
Bald Eagle with Mt. Shasta
See the small gallery from this trip.
There is only one Wonderland, but let's also talk about and share photos of other national parks.
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Max, So cool you got to see the lynx. Those are some really great shots! I also like the bald eagle with Mt. Shasta in the background. And the GGO's are always a hit. Thanks for sharing.