Dean Singleton's Nature Posts

Went out tonight with my three year old grandson to see the moon but he wasn't impressed, was a little cold, it was too dark, etc., etc.  So........I let him…

I went out around 9:30 and took a few shots of the "supermoon" with my big lens.  I used a Tamron 200-500 on a crop Sony A77 so if I calculate correctly that's…

First time out to do some serious work.  I was able to photograph a female Mississippi Kite, Willets in flight, a Great Blue Heron, poor shots of two…

Went out Wednesday in search of a rookery. Found it! I also found some other things along the way. I had been seeing quite a few egrets of different species…

Series shot Sunday night of the Super Blood Moon. Mother Nature decided to step in and give me clouds. Thin but still clouds. Made for some interesting shots…

Both of these Lotus blossoms look like they are made of stained glass to me. One of my favorite flowers at the Dallas Arboretum.

Decided to drive up to Lake Texoma after church today to look at the spillway that was running six feet over. Headed north on Hwy 91 but just after turning on…

The first shot is what the White Rock spillway looks like most of the time. Night before last we got rainfall ranging from 2 inches to 7 inches in the Dallas…

The idea was to shoot the reflections in the high water in the Trinity River at the edge of downtown Dallas, TX. But as the Who so aptly put it. “Colored…

Spent an hour or so at the Trinity River Audubon Reserve in far south Dallas this morning. I've been out there many times and usually find a plethora of…

Just before sunset the clouds looked like they were dragging a carpet of darkness over my house. Later on the storms arrived.

What do you get in Texas when you get rain, rain, and more rain and on the days between, you have no sun. You guessed it mushrooms, mushrooms, and a few more…
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