One of our favorite birding spots is Rock Cut State Park. It consists of over 3,000 acres of prime birding habitat and attracts a lot of visitors (which is good and bad).
This photo is HDR – High Dynamic Range – which is a unique way to photograph by merging various exposures into one, “high dynamic range” shot.
Note: Birdfreak and Arizona are camping this weekend and hope to find a lot of nesting warblers along the Sugar River in western Winnebago county.
One thought on “Phriday Photo – Rock Cut State Park in HDR”
This is awesome, I have yet to really figure out the HDR stuff! You make it look so easy (but I really know it isn’t)!