On the last day of May I was high up in the Uinta Mountains photographing Tree Swallows, Yellow Warblers, a bull Moose in velvet and nesting House Wrens, this low light House Wren photo was also taken on that same day.
Over the shoulder look from a House Wren – Nikon D500, f7.1, 1/500, ISO 500, +1.0 EV, Nikkor 500mm VR with 1.4x TC, natural light
Even though I like the pose of the House Wren I don’t care much for the quality of the image because of the low light conditions or the cluttered looking background and normally this photo wouldn’t make the cut to be processed let alone being posted on my blog but something in this photo caught my eye.
There are times I enjoy finding hidden faces in clouds, rocks, trees or other natural features and I saw one in this House Wren photo. I sent it to my oldest son but I don’t think he saw the hidden face because he didn’t answer my query. The reason I sent it to him is that he has two Boxers (Harley and Quinn) and I see the face of a Boxer in this photo. Can you see it? I’ll provide the answer as to where I see it way down below.
This image won’t make it into my photo gallery but I like it.
Life is good.
I see the silhouette of a Boxer’s head to the right of the wren’s head towards the top of the frame just barely above the branch the wren is perched on. I believe the illusion was caused by a very out of focus aspen branch.