This morning I was able to get out for a bit of birding. My gracious wife assumed the baby duties for a few hours while I drove up to Owen Sound to see the long returning Barrow's Goldeneye. This is a rare species to Ontario, but an obliging male bird has been returning to Owen Sound harbour for the past few years!
After some searching, I discovered the bird on the east side of the harbour. Below are a few of my favourites - not too bad for being fairly heavily cropped! This is when the 26.2 Mega Pixel sensor shows its worth, since you can crop in while retaining much detail! I am starting to figure out how to optimize the performance of the Fuji XF 100-400mm, and am quite pleased with it.
|He caught a mussel!|