The Watering Can

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The Watering Can.
I think I mentioned how the Carolina Wrens decided since Evelyn left the watering can unused for 3 days, that it would be a perfect spot for a nest. Well, the Wrens have hatched and they are pretty close to fledging. I sat on the porch yesterday and set up shooting some images of them coming in to feed the babies. You can see by the objects behind the can, it is just sitting on a dry sink with tools all around. The plastic watering can has worked great for the past month or so, and will work fine for the next week as well. I love having nature so close and allowing me to watch and learn. There are things in the field you can never learn from a book.
Tamron SP 150-600mm Di VC USD lens on a Nikon D7200, Manual Exposure Mode, f8, ISO 3200, resulting in a shutter speed of 1/320th of a second, Sirui P424S monopod and L10 head, Lowepro photo backpacks, processed in Lightroom CC. #WithMyTamron
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6 Responses to “The Watering Can”

  1. I had one of these Wrens fly into my house back in January. We still had the wreath on the front door and I guess it was hiding in there. When I came home from work and opened the door to go in it was startled and flew in the house. It took a good hour to get it back outside haha.

  2. lilybug1960 Says:

    LOL! We had one get in the garage for 2 days or so. It ate well, thank goodness. Then we freed it!

  3. You are right. It’s nice to have nature around. And you seem to be in a good company. Best, Nataly

  4. nlh835 Says:

    Awesome!

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