Bird Photography from Edward Weston
This week’s top post on Reddit was a collection of birds from Edward Weston, the man behind the famous photographs of birds that have gone on to inspire generations of photographers.
His most famous work is the “Bird and the Sky” series, which includes a series of images of a red-tailed hawk (Panthera glaber) circling a tree in front of a pair of white-tailed deer (Antilocapra canadensis) on the Oregon coast.
Weston’s birds were not only taken by his subjects, but also by his camera, a Canon EOS-1Ds.
Weston died in 2008.
“I used to have a habit of taking photographs of animals in flight, but my passion for wildlife photography has always been to get them closer,” Weston told BuzzFeed News.
And I wanted to capture it in the most natural way possible.””
It was always a desire to capture the beauty of nature, and to capture something that I had never seen before, in the wild.
And I wanted to capture it in the most natural way possible.”
Weston said that the first images he took as a photographer were of his wife, Lizzie, who was a young mother.
“[I had] never been out with her, but I did see her walking along the beach, and the next thing I know she’s got her arms wrapped around her daughter and has a big smile on her face,” Westons son, Edward Weston, said.
“The birds were so beautiful and just so majestic, and I just started to think, what if we had more?
What if we could get more of them in front?”
Westons wife had a son, Robert, who died in 2005.
“I’ve been in love with wildlife for as long as I can remember,” he said.
Weston took more than 1,000 of his famous images, including “the red-tails of the mountains,” and eventually expanded his collection to include over 100 different species of birds.
One of the most notable was a female red-tail hawk (Heterodon cinerea) that is currently listed as threatened by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, which says that it poses a threat to a number of ecosystems.
A bird with a big face and a large, bright eye, the red-tailed hawk is a predator of birds and the endangered species list.
It is a common sight in Oregon.
It’s also found in the Pacific Northwest and in the Great Lakes region, where it has been documented attacking ducks and other waterfowl.
Westons collection also includes a collection called “Wild Turkey,” which features an assortment of bird species from the U