Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Feisty Fella

The migration North, to the breeding grounds in the Arctic, brings a variety of shore birds to the Delaware Bay. It serves as a stopover to feed on an important food resource, horseshoe crab eggs. This fella, a Ruddy Turnstone, wasn’t too pleased to have this Red Knot searching for eggs so close. Red scurried away after Ruddy tried to look for eggs on its head.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Simple Shoot

I headed down to Cape May point again, to shoot the light house at first light. I later made my way down the beach when I came across this American Oystercatcher who was more than willing to pose for the camera.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009


I visited Cape May Point to scope out some locations for upcoming shoots. While I was at the Cape May Light House I had an opportunity to capture some images of this Mute Swan and her young. The little guy on the right was obviously looking for some attention.

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Like Plucking Fish from a Barrel

As most of you know the weather hasn't been cooperating, heavy rains were making it nearly impossible to shoot wildlife. Wednesday was a little better, with overcast skies. I was itching to shoot, but I only had an hour before I had to be on the road. So I headed into the tidal ponds.

At first it seemed like the wildlife was still hunkered down from the storm the night before. But then a Great Egret flew right over my head and into the pond behind me. This was definitely the hot spot and this Egret made it look easy, like plucking fish from a barrel. I shoot for a solid hour before the sky opened up and it started to rain. Guess my hour was up anyway.

Imaged captured with Nikon D3, 500AFS

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

DJ Bishop

A few weeks ago I photographed a wedding and met DJ Bishop from DJ’s Available Sound and Light. I took some photographs of Bishop and sent them his way. Next thing I know, I was blogged. It was because this awesome post that I decided myself to start blogging. Thanks Bishop!

Image captured with Nikon D3, 24-70AFS

Fashion Show Transportation

I had an opportunity to work with Bob Schiavo from Albert’s Transportation (http://www.albertstransportation.com/) during Our Lady of Good Counsel’s (http://www.olgcnj.org/) 51st Annual Fashion Show at the Merion (http://www.themerion.com/). Bob’s a classy guy and runs a top notch full service transportation company. Whether you transportation needs are for business or pleasure Bob's the guy to call (800.804.0015).
Image captured with Nikon D3, 24-70AFS

Tuesday, May 5, 2009