Watched a small colony of barn swallows building nests under a bridge and i couldn’t resist to risk my back for low level shooting. It’s an interesting process how they pick up small sticks, tree branches or some fibrous materials on one location then fly to nearby mud puddle, dip the nesting materials in the mud as adhesive coating to construct their nesting platform – White Rock Lake.
- Canon, EOS 1D Mark IV
- EF 500mm F4L IS USM
- ISO 640, 1/2000, F7.1 ,700mm
- White Rock Lake, Dallas Texas
- April 22, 2014
See more photos from Low Angle Perspective
See more photos from Barn Swallow
Picture Licensing and Usage
Thank you for an interest in my photos. I do not give away any of my photos for free, profit or non-profit usage. Please do not use them without prior written consent from me. No exception. Photo Buyers for Publications, Advertising, or any other use please send your inquiry to below or contact me here.