A spring at Pedernales Falls State Park near Austin, Texas. Photographed using long exposure techniques in the winter of 2020.
Pedernales Falls State Park
I photographed this Ladder-backed Woodpecker at the Pedernales Falls State Park bird blind last summer. These are one of my favorite birds.
I photographed this bathing bunting last year at the Pedernales Falls State Park bird blind. He was really making quite a splash.
Another Painted Bunting photograph from one of my trips to Pedernales Falls SP. The Painted Bunting is by far one of my favorite birds.
I was photographing Painted Buntings when I spotted this Pondering Woodpecker eating suet out of one of the feeders at the Pedernales Falls SP bird blind.
This is my last Pedernales Falls sunset image from my recent visit to the Park. I found a large limestone rock and decide to captured a few images.
I photographed this juvenile Ladder-backed Woodpecker during my last outing to the Pedernales Falls State Park bird blind.
At first I was not too excited about this photograph but then I decided that there was more to it than the sunset reflection on the water.
I have not posted a panorama in a while so I thought I would post a Pedernales Falls Sunset Panorama that I captured during my trip to park last week.
I enjoy capturing the colorful last rays of a sunset. This was the case when I captured this photo during my trip to Pedernales Falls SP.
I went to Pedernales Falls State Park to photograph the sunset. Instead, I ended up photographing the great moonrise occurring behind me.
I ran across this image while was processing photos from my last visit to the bird blind. So, here is another Northern Cardinal for your viewing pleasure.
Pedernales Falls State Park is one of my favorite parks. Seeing that the weather was great, I went there a couple of days ago to photograph the sunset.
I found this quiet Western Scrub Jay the last time I went to the bird blind to photograph birds, proving that all Scrub Jays are not disruptive.
I notice that when I go to the bird blind at Pedernales Falls SP there are a few bird species that dominate the scene, including the Western Scrub Jay.
The Painted Bunting is found in Texas from May through the end of Summer. I was able to photograph this Painted Bunting during my last visit to the park.
Pedernales Falls State Park is one of my favorite parks in Central Texas. I went to the park recently to photograph the falls.
Photographing a Black-chinned Hummingbird in flight is difficult. I photographed this one while waiting for Buntings at the Pedernales Falls SP bird blind.
Yesterday I posted a photo of a Monarch Butterfly. I found out, it’s not a Monarch but a Queen Butterfly. It’s hard to tell a Queen Vs. Monarch Butterfly.
I spotted a Monarch Butterfly, along with many of its mates, at the Pedernales Falls SP and I decided to photographing it. This is my best photograph.
This is an image of a female Ladder-backed Woodpecker that I photographed last month while photographing birds at the Pedernales Falls State Park bird blind.
I captured this image of a Texas Thistle during my outing to the Pedernales Falls SP. A majestic plant with bright purple flowers is a magnet for insects.
I have been waiting a long time to photograph a Painted Bunting. I finally had the opportunity to do so. I photographed this bird tag the Pedernales Falls SP.
I made a trip yesterday to Pedernales Falls State Park to photograph birds. When I arrived at the bird blind I noticed that they had the hummingbird feeders up.
Since yesterday’s post was a male Northern Cardinal, I thought it only appropriate to show you a female Northern Cardinal.
It’s bird time again! I have not posted a Cardinal for awhile so I thought it was bout time to do so. Northern Cardinals are one of my favorite birds.
This photograph was taken at Pedernales Falls State Park in an area just below the falls. I like this area because it is full of interesting pot holes.
The Ruby-crowned Kinglet is very hard to identify because only males have the “ruby crown” and their patch usually stays hidden.
I have been trying to get a decent photograph of a Spotted Towhee for some time. I kept seeing the bird but the lighting or positioning were never right.
I wasn’t going to post another image of a cardinal for a while until I met this handsome guy. So, here you go. Meet another Northern Cardinal.
I’m not a fan of squirrels but I admire their dexterity. This was the case when I visited Pedernales Falls SP and captured this one hanging upside down.
You’ve heard of the movie “Mockingjay”, well, this is “Spinningjay”… I was out at the Pedernales Falls SP when I spotted this Western Scrub Jay.
This is the next image in my digital B&W series. This image was taken at the Pedernales Falls SP bird blind. It showcases a Dove that flew into a tree.
I posted an image of a Fox Squirrel a few weeks ago and I thought I would post a photo of this plump squirrel that I took at the same location a few days later.
Some of you have mentioned how much you enjoy the bird photographs I post from time to time so I thought I would post a photo of this backlit Jay.
“Splish splash, I was takin’ a bath.” or so the song goes. That’s what I was thinking when I was watching this Wester Scrub-Jay while he was bathing
A friend and I went out to photograph ducks at the Pedernales Falls State Park duck pond. When we arrived, all the ducks flew away and the pond was empty.
I recently posted an image of a Black Crested Titmouse but I was able to capture a better image at the Pedernales Falls SP bird blind so I thought I would post it.
I went back to the bird blind at the Pedernales Falls State Park and noticed this very nice Western Scrub Jay bathing in the pond at the bird blind.
I thought I would showcase another bird. The bird below is a female Golden-Fronted Woodpecker. These birds are very interesting creatures.
I’m really enjoying my new birding hobby. The Black-Crested Titmouse is the fourth bird I’ve showcased on my blog.
This image is of a female Northern Cardinal. I called her Lady Cardinal. She’s not as colorful as her male counterpart but she’s still a very attractive bird.
Cardinals are one of the most recognizable birds in North America. They are also one of the most plentiful birds in Central Texas.
The bird in this image is a Western Scrub Jay. I took this image at the Pedernales Falls State Park bird blind.