We could possibly have lightning tonight. Hoping so and ready for it. Looking west up int the San Jacinto Mountain Range.
Having the 100- 400mm inside and ready and available works. Washing dishes, this guy just up and posed for me right outside on the BBQ. Nice.
Called to sit outside and see what came my way, this little one happened.
Looking for more hummingbirds in the grapefruit trees I couldn’t resist. Rats or birds? hmmmm.
Mounds of light.
This location on the Pete Dye GC has become my favorite post sunset location.
Never have seen a zero in a cloud before.
Another nice location under the trees for silhouettes.
Jen spotted these birds far away and flying from a different direction. We hoped they would end up flying into the west post setting sun sky and they did!
And, here is our last night’s full moon.
Sticking around for later color always provides.
Ray knows this lizard intimately as the lizard lives right out the window Ray sits by everyday for much of the day.
Late afternoon shadows and light make for simple, interesting shots.
There wasn’t much activity on this 100 degree day, so I was thankful to see and observe this flying bug.
Ray, “Spotter” noticed this hawk.
I guess I got a little too close.
The wind and light coupled with the color beyond got my attention.
Ray practicing while I looked around for shots.
Clouds and reflections….i love ‘um.
Ok, here is another.
Without this great light most of these shots would be very bland and uninteresting.
Action. I shoot 10 to get one.
And there he is. I asked Ray to look back and he’s got this great look down pat now.
Framing really makes a photo stand out more.
Jen and I had such success with photos in this location, I thought Ray would look good there with a golf club in hand.