I wanted to take some time and follow up on a previous post about my new Wingscape BirdCam. I've really been enjoying this cool little camera, even more so now that I'm back to work from my two week holiday vacation. This time of year I leave the house when it's dark out, and if I'm lucky I may get an hour of afternoon daylight when I get home. With BirdCam it's nice to have the ability to capture a little glimpse of the days birding activity.
It's been fun experimenting with it in different locations and angles throughout my yard. Sometimes I wonder what the neighbors are thinking. They probably think that I'm some sort of pervert trying to take pictures threw their windows...lol! Oh well, I've learned that you can't focus too much on what others think, especially when it comes to neighbors.
Nothing spectacular, but here are a few of my favorite images thus far - click on any image to enlarge:
I have some other cool ideas with this camera I want to try this summer. I'm incorporating a new flower bed in my backyard and want to get some photos and video of butterflies and hummingbirds. The camera also has a time delay feature so it could actually capture a flower bloom opening. I have more to learn more about that feature...
If you're interested, there are a lot more BirdCam photo's on the Wingscapes web site: http://www.wingscapes.com/photogallery/