Tuesday, October 5, 2010

summer shots

I've been going through some folders organizing my images and came across a few that have never been posted here on the blog so I wanted to share them with all of you.  The theme (incase you didn't notice) is shorebirds.  Enjoy.

Above: Eastern Willet with what I believe to be a long-clawed hermit crab.  Below: Oystercatcher flying over Shinnecock Bay:

This Ruddy Turnstone stopped in the Hamptons for a layover during migration:

A Short-billed dowitcher appears lonely @ Cupsogue, but its friends were just out of frame.


  1. Hi Luke,
    The first one and the fourth one are my favorite because of the eye to eye level contact with the birds but all of them are superb!

  2. Thanks a lot Chris - I love getting down to the level of the birds, particularly with smaller shorebirds and waterfowl.