Bird Blind by janeandcharlie

Bird Blind

“I have found that using a photographic blind can be very useful. Photographing wary subjects is sometimes only achieved by using a blind to shield your presence. If you are not seen by the subject, you have a good chance to see and capture behaviors that you wouldn’t otherwise see. And one of the biggest advantages of using a photo blind is being able to capture closeup images.”
~Jim Braswell~
This one person blind is right beside the river so with a little patience you should see some wildlife.
January 5th, 2020  
lovely capture ...
January 5th, 2020  
All you have to have is patience.
January 5th, 2020  
Definitely requires a lot of patience to get the best results
January 5th, 2020  
@bruni And maybe your Kindle? ;)
Charlie build this?
January 6th, 2020  
@bigdad @pdulis @bruni @bkbinthecity @rhoing
Thanks for commenting on my photo of the one-chair bird blind. One day we were on a familiar hike,and we found three of these. My guess is that they were put there by the City of Albuquerque.
January 7th, 2020  
Great idea!
January 8th, 2020  
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