Sunday, February 12, 2012

Sandhill Cranes, Perspective!

Another image from yesterday's drive to photograph the Sandhill Cranes staging in areas around Cecilia, Kentucky. This particular image was starkly green and vastly out of focus. I had mistakenly turned the setting on my camera in the wrong direction. I realized after I took this photograph and changed it. But there was no going back to get this image again. After some work, I did manage to get most of the green out of the image, but at the cost of clarity and much more. But still I felt I wanted you to see this image as its perspective is so unique. Two cranes looking in opposite directions. Perspective is important in an image. In this one it's quite dominant. And while it's not my best work, granted it's pretty lousy in quality, it's ok. Because into every life a little imperfection is ok. ENJOY!


  1. Hey, I have done that more times than I can count.
    I have seen photos of sandhill cranes from the upper midwest. But never thought about where they migrated from.

  2. They've got both directions covered! Love the curve of their necks coming together.