Perks in Summer Photography

by on July 3, 2017

When it comes to enjoying summer, for many folks it’s probably splashing around the pool or afternoon visits to the spray park, hanging out on the beach or playing outside, summer vacations, the kids off from school, having a few iced cold beverages on the patio or loading up the RV for a road trip, but for me? Not so much these days. Okay, the road trip and RV part are right up my alley, but since my long-distance travels are temporarily on hold, it doesn’t count at this point. So, what’s an autumn loving woman to do?

When I think of summer, after I moan about the humidity and heat, three things come to mind that make me glad to head out with my camera:

  • the bison rut
  • canola fields
  • thunder storms

Black and white plains bison bull (bison bison bison) close-up during the annual bison rut at Elk Island National Park, Alberta wildlife behavioural portrait.

Closeup of canola crop field in bloom during a summer morning, cropped image.

Lightning storm duirng a late summer evening; cropped image

**above images are archives from 2009 and 2010. 

I also think about the upcoming season, but I’ll save those autumn dreams and posts when it’s 35C and I’m begging for those cooler days and nights.

I’m just glad the period stemming from hostile dust-bunny takeover on this blog is over.  Now it’s time to dig through archives, post some images and make a few more.

81 days until the autumnal equinox is upon us …

 

See you in the field!

 

Sidney

Wildlife and nature conservation advocate. Photographer. Podcaster. Health and safety pro. Edmonton Oilers lovah. National Parks fan. Can be spotted roaming with bison.

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