Western Bluebird, Point Reyes National Seashore

Photo of a western bluebird perching near the Estero Trailhead.

Western Bluebird, Point Reyes National Seashore

I’m almost done upgrading my website.  Having to search for the master file for every image on my website so I can enlarge it has caused me to look at nearly all the images I have and that has taken a lot of time.  It’s been very beneficial though because I’ve found a number of images that I should have put on my website when I took the photos.   This little bluebird is one.  It has everything I look for in a good wildlife photo.  It has an appealing subject, good body position/pose, good light, good color and a clean, out-of-focus background.  No distractions.  It’s now on my website.  To see the upgraded/larger image click here.

I’ve added a number of other overlooked images as well.  The tule elk portfolio is a good example.  I’ve added about 10 new images to that portfolio.  I’ve also removed several.

One thing I’ve realized doing the web upgrade is that I’ve not been paying enough attention to my website since I started doing this blog.  I’m probably not the only photo blogger doing that.  Keeping current with my website seems like a good New Year resolution.

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About Jim Coda

I am a nature photographer living in the San Francisco Bay Area. I specialize in photos of birds, mammals, and landscapes.
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2 Responses to Western Bluebird, Point Reyes National Seashore

  1. Pat Ulrich says:

    This is a real beauty, Jim! So many wonderful colors, and as you say, a nice clean image! Regarding your comment on my blog, I knew we would be in Yellowstone around the same time, but it looks like we overlapped by a day then. I took that moonrise shot on September 11th, which was our last full day in the park — we took one last drive across the park and out the Lamar Valley on the morning of the 12th, before continuing our journey east. I haven’t posted any shots yet, but I saw a badger on that final morning too.

    • Jim Coda says:

      Thanks Pat. Well, it looks like we overlapped for the night of the 11th and the morning of the 12th. I remember looking at that full moon the night I arrived. Y0ou were lucky to see a badger. I didn’t see any badgers this last trip. I hope you got some good photos of it.

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