End of Year
In December 2021 and January 2022 we were busy. Out virtually every weekend in search of the ideal shot for various subjects. Some of those shots made our A list for new products and some of them are on the back burner.
With the arrival of winter, it was only a waiting game before the Snowy Owl returned to Alberta from the Artic. At the beginning of December, we were graced with the first sighting of a female Snowy Owl being mobbed by crows.
Snowy Owl Post
There is already a post at the beginning of December for the Snowy Owl with our sighting. It can be found on Snowy Owls Post
The new products which were added to our catalogue were:-
Snowy Owl Fly-by
Snowy Owl Fly-by printed on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag is available in four sizes; the smaller prints (13×19 or 17×22) comes with a white or black archival mat that fits the image ready to be framed.
Snowy Owl Sitting
Snowy Owl Sitting printed on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag is available in four sizes; the smaller prints (13×19 or 17×22) comes with a white or black archival mat that fits the image ready to be framed.
New Products on the Back Burner
The products that are on the back burner for space in our Catalogue are Eagle photographs. Here are some that were taken in January 2022.
This photograph was taken just as the Eagle touched down, it had its head down and was concentrating on landing.
This photograph was taken moments before the one above, the Eagle still had its head up and the eyes were visible to the camera making a better shot.
This photograph was a separate landing from the first two. This time the Eagle came from a different direction and can be seen from the side with its head clearly in view.
This shot occurred because I was ready before getting on location. In the car park, I had taken the time to get the settings ready for the light and dialled in the settings I needed for a fast action shot. On arriving at the location the Eagle was soaring high over my head and it was circling. This shot was one in a series that captured the Eagle circling before disappearing.
Here is a photograph of an Eagle, flying high towards the camera. The Eagle is scouting the area some distance in front of him.
Should we add more Eagle photographs
Our catalogue is already quite large for Wildlife with over 80 products alone. We have attempted to provide a mixture of species in the Wildlife category that people enjoy and are highly sort after. However public opinion wins the vote, so tell us what you think of our new photos and whether they should be added.