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Eye Level with a Pine Siskin

This is my day 3 contribution to Becky’s July Squares on the theme of Perspective. It’s also the first of my eye level posts.

I like getting to eye level with some of my nature subjects. It gives a more intimate view and allows the viewer to see the subject from the bird or mammals perspective.

This is a Pine Siskin (Spinus pinus) photographed as it fed in some grass on the South Bruce Peninsula. I was lying in the grass to get down to eye level with the bird.

July Squares: Eye Level with a Pine Siskin

 

8 replies on “Eye Level with a Pine Siskin”

Thanks Debbie. I’ve got five or six eye level shots picked out for the month. I never worried about grass stain or Ticks until I photographed an American Red Squirrel in the grass that had a Tick attached to it.

Thanks Sue. I’ve got five or six eye level shots picked out for the month. Some sitting in the water with the subject, some lying in mud or sand. There’s usually some type of poop mixed in with the mud or sand.

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