One of favorite things to do is to grab the camera, take a walk, and just see what nature has to offer. Although Michigan doesn’t have all the exotic types of animals like I saw down in Florida, it does offer great landscapes, birds, and lakes/ponds. Today I went out to a new location, the Crosswinds Marsh Preserve in New Boston, Michigan. This is a great nature park that has many trails with different options. By far the biggest attraction are the wooden bridges that extend all across this vast marshland that is a haven for many types of birds.
I was able to capture some interesting angles and perspectives that bridges create with their depth. There were birds all around but unfortunetly I only had my 24mm-105mm Canon lens, so I was unable to get any tight shots. With that, I tried to get some more wider perspective shots and I think it worked out nicely.
While trudging through the Marsh I came across an empty birds nest. I felt like it was such a unique opportunity to attempt to tell a story with this one birds nest with it being so low to the ground and with the Marsh in the background. This picture is a perfect example of why I LOVE photography. One photograph can capture a moment that can hold so many stories and so many possibilities while freezing it in time.
Please check out more pictures of this walk and more on my Portfolio categories on this website. Thanks for reading. Now go out and see the beauty that is Mother Nature!