I walked out on my porch and this beautiful little hummingbird was taking a rest. I thought he was hurt, since his wings were out. Usually the hummers fold their wings in close to their bodies when they stop flying. He patiently awaited while I went in to get my camera, then crouch down and move within […]
This traffic-savvy roadrunner (Geococcyx californianus) has more common sense than a lot of humans I see wandering out into a major thoroughfare to cross the road. Image copyrighted. Use requires licensing from Martha Lochert. http://www.MarthaLochertPhotography.com
It’s hard to imagine photographing the brilliant blue of a peacock’s feathers, knowing you are not going to show it, but sometimes the most colorful subjects are interesting in black and white instead. This image was the result of an assignment I gave one of my photo classes when we were at the zoo. The […]
This is one of the thousands of seagull inhabitants of Mono Lake in central California which I photographed a few summers ago. I pulled up this photo as I was assembling samples of “panning” to show my photography students. Panning is a technique where one tracks (with the camera) a moving subject at the same […]
Recently my son and I were viewing a house he was considering renting and noticed this mother white-winged dove sitting in a nest she made in a citrus tree outside one of the bedroom windows. Upon closer inspection we saw she was guarding three baby doves. Image copyrighted. Usage prohibited without licensing.
Wishing everyone a happy, healthy and purpose driven life on this Thanksgiving Day. Image copyrighted Martha Lochert. Reproduction, copying and file sharing prohibited.