My favorite image from photographing yesterday at Farmington Bay WMA is this high key Northern Flicker image taken near Glover's Pond.
Brown Pelicans are nearly as common in coastal Florida as Canada Geese are here in Utah but they are birds and I find them all appealing.
Canada Geese are very common here in northern Utah and in other parts of North America.
While looking for odd ducks on the Great Salt Lake yesterday I spotted two late migrating willets on what I thought was an exposed sandbar.
On the way to Farmington Bay WMA heading south on I-15 I saw some strange, wave cloud formations over the Wasatch Mountains.
Low light, a slow shutter speed, panning and a Coyote in motion all combined to create this Coyote blur image.
There has only been a few times that I have had the opportunity to get a Red-breasted Merganser portrait and each time it occurred in Florida.
I was happy yesterday to take this image of an immature White-crowned Sparrow perched with wild rose hips in the frame too.