My system of managing my photography collection isn’t exactly the best. Whenever I go out somewhere to take photos I make a couple hundred photos and then I transfer them to my PC. That’s not something that’s out of the ordinary. I’m pretty sure that everyone does this. What is out of the ordinary is the fact that I never organize my photos. They are just left sitting in their respective folders, with a time stamp. Well today it was rainy weather here at Ann Arbor, and I’m slowly having less and less things to do with my school, so I decided to organize my photos. They are now organized according to subject, so here’s a quick put together gallery of photographs that feature birds. Let’s dig in.
Photos of birds I took on my travels
Birds are one of my favorite creatures to take photographs of. They are almost as enticing to photograph as aerial photography is. Each of them looks exquisitely beautiful and is graceful, too bad we can’t be more like the birds, don’t you think?
I’ll surely be asked this, and to answer your questions, I find birds by visiting parks and forests in and around Ann Arbor. Some of the photos I also took when I visited Asia and South America. It’s schocking I know, but nature and the great outdoors are usually where you’ll find animals, plants, etc. City can only offer you concrete as far as the eye can see.
Going into nature is good not only because I get to take photos of animal and plant life there, but also because I’m able to get my daily dose of exercise. It’s a win-win activity, so to speak. Well anyway, hope you enjoy this small tasting of my photo collection. More photos coming soon. I just need to organize them a bit better. 🙂 .