Thursday, November 30, 2017

At The Lake

I do know the best areas to view White-tail Deer. It takes a lot of patience and knowledge of the land.



This puddle is frozen, leaving the leaves as they floated in a clear block of ice.



Reflections





An immature Bald Eagle
Iowa's state capitol building in the distance.
That is a real large fish jumping into my picture just above the point. I took two shots and it is not in the other.

14 comments:

  1. You got some great shots with some excellent models:)
    Have a joyous day, Steve.

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  2. That was a lucky shot capturing the jumping fish. The Capitol Building in the misty distance is lovely.

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  3. Just makes you want to grab your fishing gear, doesn't it? ;) This is a lovely series of images. I like the one that looks like a standoff between the goose and the seagull. The deer shots and the beautiful sunrise/sunset are also gorgeous.

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  4. Nice to know the best spots to sit and watch the locals. That squirrel looks really big

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  5. Beautiful scenes and I have to say, that is quite a fluffy squirrel!

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  6. Such lovely pictures. Amazing that you caught a photo of the fish jumping. I love the deer and the cute squirrel. The reflection pics are stunning. Our weather is to turn very cold by next week.

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  7. You are always on the watch for some good stuff.

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  8. Wonderful images! I love the deer and the fluffy squirrel.

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  9. Great photos of the deer but the cheeky squirrel is too cute!

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  10. gorgeous! I always think of how your photos look like something in a coffee table book. just incredible..
    thank you for sharing these beautiful captures..the leaves in ice are particularly intriguing.
    We don't get much of that here:)

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  11. Just love the squirrel and well done on capturing the jumping fish.

    All the best Jan

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  12. That squirrel sure looks plumped up and ready for winter, doesn't he?

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  13. Truly beautiful!!! Love how the first animals are looking at you! Love the fish one!

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