Floating on the Sunlit Morning Waters by Tony Moreno on Capture Kern County // This beautiful Wood Duck inhabits the small streams that run through Hart Park as they prefer the cover and privacy the tall grasses provide
All in a Row by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // I never get tired of simple scenes like this at Hart Park...there is something very settling about the graceful glide of the geese and the ripples in the water. The rhythm envelops me in a gentle sense of order. The reflections of red foliage remind me of the rapid acceleration toward winter and the passing of yet another year of blessing.
Looking Straight at the Lens by Tony Moreno on Capture Kern County // I planted myself and waited patiently for some time until this beautiful Wood Duck felt comfortable enough to leave the cover of the grass and enjoy the morning waters
Kingfisher in Wait Mode by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // Jim Burrow spotted this kingfisher far off in the trees on the island in Hart Park, and after much effort I finally located it. This highly cropped image is an indication of how hard it its to acquire a good image.
Fall Serenity by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // This delicate lighting doesn't last long....it has a peacefulness that makes you wish it would go on for hours. Captured at Hart Park on a shoot with James Burrow.
Hart Park Sunset Light: Trunks, Tables, and Shadows by Wayne Wong on Capture Kern County // The late afternoon light was just perfect for emphasizing the trunk textures of the trees at Hart Park. The shadow details are suppressed, and the grove takes on a particularly pleasing balance. The picnic table serves as a texture and context anchor, yet it is the light and its quality that is the subject of interest: it defines the rest of the scene Captured on a shoot with James Burrow.