The Pacific Swallow

This morning I woke up earlier than usual and couldn’t go back to sleep. Light was already coming up overy the horizon so I figured I might as well just stay up. So out of good consideration I woke up my wife as well. She was not pleased much; so I told her, “let’s go for a morning walk.” She agreed and got up and ready. 

My ultimate intention was to actually get some morning shots of the birds while they are active. Not to mention I am over weight a bit and could use it. I chose an up hill route for this morning.

Today’s walk brought me to find a pair of Pacific Swallow’s. 

The Camera Used is a Canon EOS 1200D. Lens used is a Sigma 70-300mm F4-5.6 APO DG MACRO with hood and no filters.

These photos were taken from the bridge about 300 meters from Barangay Agaas along the Presentacion-Caramoan Road next to Barangay Buhay, Part of the Caramoan municipality, Bicol, Philippines.

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David Lee Martin

Functional US Army Veteran.


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