I was out shooting in my neighborhood with Dusty & Lucky and we stalked this egret until he finally decided to move on. I was the closest to the shore, so when he took off and we all tracked him with our cameras on continuous fire, I ended up in their photos as the egret passed my way. We all decided to share our Egret photos today, so go check theirs out!
The busy bee works away preparing for fall. You can actually see his proboscis as he draws whatever it is they draw out of flowers to make honey. My friend Lucky was shooting with me and you can see his photo of possibly the same bee on his photoblog.
Sarah is a wonderful artist who captures the joyful spirit of man’s best friend in her colorful paintings. Her studio is right across the hall from my gallery in the Northrup King building. You can see her work at lintuart.com
As autumn winds hint toward winter, the hearty sparrows adjust to their new reality.
Daylight saving time has come to an end today. Sleep in, the ducks will keep an eye on the place for you.
I’m guessing there’s a place that serves Moosehead around here somewhere.
I found this little guy hanging out with the other lost souls on Nicollet Ave.
As the early-morning light falls across Lake of the Isles, a Great Blue Heron sands along the shore of Mike’s Island near Evergreen point, searching for an unsuspecting breakfast to swim by.