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A Few Of My Favorite Places (that I’ve actually visited in the last couple of years…)

January 20, 2018

If you will excuse a short pause from bringing images out of the portfolio…

In the past couple of years I have not done as much shooting as I would like to have.  But I do definitely have some favorite places to shoot.  And of these, here are a few places I’ve actually made it out to while my traveling schedule became curtailed:

La Lomita Wildlife Photography Ranch (Uvalde County, TX):  La Lomita opened up last year and I made three separate visits out to the ranch.  Wonderful place to shoot, reasonably close to my adopted hometown of San Antonio, Texas, and for a private ranch a very reasonable fee.  My portfolio of Painted Bunting shots have come out of La Lomita.

Rocking R6 Ranch (Webb County, TX):  Another private ranch that has setup for photographers.  I have visited the Rocking R6 each of the last 5 years.  I hope to make it a 6th year in a row this year.  Also a very reasonable fee.  My portfolio of Crested Caracara shots have come out of the Rocking R6.

Crescent Bend Nature Park (Bexar County, TX): Located on the eastern edge of Bexar County, this small park with its two bird blinds and access to Cibolo Creek for dragonflies and shore/water birds.

Hornsby Bend Bird Observatory (Travis County, TX): One of the premier sites in Central Texas for butterflies and dragonflies.  Some of my favorite dragonfly images have come out of this park.

Southeast Metropolitan Park (Travis County, TX): Another of my favorite dragonfly spots.  Not nearly as flat as Hornsby Bend.

Cook’s Slough Nature Park (Uvalde County, TX): Wonderful spot for dragonflies and butterflies.

 

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  1. February 6, 2018 11:28 am

    Jim, I put a link to this post in my own post, about shooting from blinds. Hope you don’t mind.My latest post to my birding blog. Click the link to see entire article and more photos. https://bobzeller.wordpress.com/2018/02/06/shooting-from-a-blind-or-in-the-wild/

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