With snow on the ground, and more flakes falling from lake effect snow squalls, winter wildlife photography becomes very interesting. I especially like to film wildlife in falling snow, as video makes the falling snowflakes look very natural and lends a wild exciting look to the footage, but it is harder to portray the falling snow well with still images. These are two of the better images that I was able to capture during a heavy snow squall yesterday morning.
|Whitetail Doe In Falling Snow|
|Mature Eastern Wild Turkey Gobbler|
Photos taken with Canon 40-D and 100-400mm L lens.
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Originally posted at Pennsylvania Wildlife Photographer by Willard C. Hill