A Mid-Winter Photographic Visit to Brazos Bend State Park, Texas

As a rule, Texas enjoys nice, mild winters that are warm enough to encourage many bird varieties to stick around.  So on a nice, sunny Saturday morning, I took my Canon 1DX and 5D Mk III along with my 100-400mm and 24-70mm lenses for a morning  visit to a nearby state park.

Early Harginber of Spring

A Warmer-Weather Harbinger

Lovely Morning On Creekfield Lake

Early Morning on Creekfield Lake

Watching And Waiting

Watching and Waiting

Balancing Act

Balanced

Quite A Mouthful

Quite A Mouthful

Cmon Baby Just One Little Kiss

Aw Cmon, Baby, Just One More Kiss

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Filed under birds, Brazos Bend State Park, Life, nature, Parks, Photography

One response to “A Mid-Winter Photographic Visit to Brazos Bend State Park, Texas

  1. Beautiful, especially the photo of the cardinal.

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