We didn’t have much snow this past winter here in the Salt Lake Valley but after a snow storm on the 29th of December I was on Antelope Island looking for birds and animals to photograph against a snowy background. That day I photographed Coyotes and Black-billed Magpies feeding on a Mule Deer carcass which was very exciting.
I also photographed this Black-tailed Jackrabbit sitting in the snow at the campground. It might not be an image as exciting as the ones I took of the coyotes scavenging the deer carcass but I find this image appealing all the same. It might be that I recall how quiet it was that morning, how cold it felt or how delighted I was that there was snow.
I don’t have as many Black-tailed Jackrabbit images as I would like, I need to change that.
Life is good.