Author Archives: Arni Stinnissen


Spring Breath

I had an epic session with the Red-winged Blackbird trying to capture its breath vapour and I wish I could take credit for this concept of composition as the idea comes from a number of […]

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Beak and talons

I use my car as a blind when taking pictures of Snowy Owls taking full advantage of the super telephoto lens with the 2x extender. As a result the owls, and other subjects, are quite […]

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Refresh is here!

Even though I keep posting my most recent work on Facebook , I have not kept up the newest pictures on my website. I have removed all my old galleries and added the latest images. […]

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Wild Turkey in a Popular Tree?

Well this isn’t the first day of Christmas and this isn’t a partridge or a pear tree, how about a wild turkey in a popular tree! Merry Christmas everyone 🙂

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Harlequin Duck in Tobermory

Many fellow birders and photographers have spent some time with each other and a rare Northern Hawk Owl that has taken up winter residence about 4 hours south of here. Meanwhile I was able to […]

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Tobermory Christmas Bird Count

It was a brisk -11 degrees this morning and -14 and -26 by the time we were done the annual Christmas Bird Count in Tobermory. The scenery made up for the cold temps in Bruce Peninsula […]

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