PAUL ROEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY

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Photo Of The Day

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Mallard Duckling

July 20, 2015


Halloween Pennant Dragonfly

June 27, 2015


American Toad

June 14, 2015


Red-spotted Purple Butterfly

June 13, 2015


Peregrine Falcon

June 11, 2015


American Crow

June 9, 2015


Eastern Phoebe

June 8, 2015


Field Sparrow

June 7, 2015


Red-tailed Hawk

June 6, 2015


Eastern Garter Snake

June 4, 2015


Osprey

June 3, 2015


Red-Winged Blackbird

June 2, 2015


Cedar Waxwing

June 1, 2015


Black Swallowtail Butterfly

May 31, 2015


Mallards

May 29, 2015


Savannah Sparrow

May 26, 2015


Great Black-Backed Gull

May 25, 2015


Warbling Vireo

May 22, 2015


Red-tailed Hawk

May 15, 2015


Baltimore Oriole

May 7, 2015


Warbling Vireo

May 6, 2015


Tree Swallow

May 5, 2015


Bald Eagle

May 1, 2015


Red-tailed Hawk

April 27, 2015


Gray Catbird

April 22, 2015


Red-winged Blackbird

April 16, 2015


Northern Flicker

April 15, 2015


Northern Map Turtle

April 14, 2015


American Coot

April 13, 2015


American Robin

April 12, 2015


Northern Cardinal

April 11, 2015


Blue-winged Teal

April 8, 2015


Black-throated Green Warbler

April 7, 2015


Bonaparte’s Gull

April 6, 2015


Groundhog

April 5, 2015


White-breasted Nuthatch

April 4, 2015


Monarch Butterfly

April 3, 2015


Tundra Swans

April 2, 2015


Downy Woodpecker

April 1, 2015


Tallship “Playfair”

March 31, 2015


Northern Cardinal

March 30, 2015


Song Sparrow

March 29, 2015


Bald Eagle

March 28, 2015


American Red Squirrel

March 27, 2015


Leucistic American Robin

March 26, 2015


Harlequin Duck

March 25, 2015


Red-winged Blackbird

March 24, 2015


Spotted Sandpiper

March 23, 2015


American Robin

March 22, 2015


Red-tailed Hawk

March 21, 2015


Lesser Scaup

March 20, 2015


House Finch

March 19, 2015


Turkey Vulture

March 18, 2015


White-tailed Deer

March 17, 2015


American Wigeon

March 16, 2015


Wood Duck

March 15, 2015


Common Goldeneye

March 14, 2015

White-breasted Nuthatch

March 13, 2015


Cabbage White Butterfly

March 12, 2015


Nashville Warbler

March 11, 2015


Juvenile Bald Eagle

March 10, 2015


Baltimore Oriole

March 9, 2015


Warbling Vireo

March 8, 2015


Coyote

March 7, 2015


Black-capped Chickadee

March 6, 2015


Yellow Warbler

March 5, 2015


American Goldfinch

March 4, 2015


Thames River Sunset

March 3, 2015


Long-tailed Duck

March 2, 2015


Northern Cardinal

March 1, 2015


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8 Responses to “Photo Of The Day”

  1. Bill

    Awesome,I was worried you had one of those $10,000.00 F/2 lenses. That I couldn’t ever afford. You ever use a teleconvertor on your gear?

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    • Paul Roedding

      I dream of a 500mm f4, but am happy with my set up. I tried the 1.4x teleconverter, but wasn’t happy. With my camera I lost auto focus, so not good for birds. I could use it by focusing manually on a tripod in live view, but I never use a tripod, so wasn’t my style. I sold the teleconverter and purchased the Canon 10-18mm wide angle lens which I use for most of my landscape shots. Really happy with that decision.

  2. Steve

    Just a wonderful website you have here Paul. I was just walking along the Thames by Springbank park on Thursday and I saw some birds I wanted to identify. Your site has proven a great resource! And local! Keep up the good work.

    Reply
    • Paul Roedding

      Thank you very much Steve. I am glad you discovered my website and found it helpful. I really appreciate the feedback. Thank you for taking the time to comment.

  3. Anita Caveney

    Hi Paul,

    Your photos are exquisite – especially the Wood Duck photo taken today, March 15. I also enjoy reading the comments you post with your photos. Wonderful talent!

    Anita.

    Reply
    • Paul Roedding

      Thank you very much Anita for the kind words. I am glad you enjoy my images and the comments with them. Thank you for taking the time to comment, I really appreciate the feedback.

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