This week, I posted two articles with images of the ducks I photographed on the Choptank River in Cambridge, Maryland. Today, I made an video slideshow of some of the duck photographs. If you enjoyed the images from those previous posts, I believe you will enjoy the below video slideshow.
Turn on your sound, and click on the below image. I recommend expanding the video to fill your screen.
General information about the ducks in the video and the location where they were photographed can be found in my two previous blog articles.
I really enjoyed the slideshow and the recent duck posts. I hope I’ll be able to see more ducks this year.
A very engaging way to present stills. I’ve yet to include sound or video into my work.
Love the video and the sound is perfect!!! The last photo is gorgeous and a great way to end the video. I still think the Lesser Scaup is my favorite duck but they are all quite beautiful. You really get to see all their distinct features in the video, too. We are lucky to have you doing all the hard work for us arm chair enthusiasts: from rising early, driving far away, and putting up with the cold and bugs, etc. We get to enjoy nature from our warm houses and I for one, thank you!
Your passion for excellence in photography is apparent and your attention to details is quite amazing. These combined features make your photographs interesting and intriguing. I, as well as others, are enchanted by your dedication and efforts.
Your bird photographs are absolutely stunning! Do you live on the Eastern Shore? I grew up in a little area between Easton and St. Michaels, so my heart skipped a beat when I saw the waterfowl shots. Gorgeous!!
Hello Elisa–Thank you for reading my blog and your positive feedback. I live in northern Virginia, but visit the Eastern Shore as often as possible–love it there! I have also very much enjoyed my visits to Easton and St. Michaels.