Sunday, April 28, 2013
Taking a walk on the easter weekend, we came by a group of trees on the edge of a forrest when we spotted the treecreepers. There were about 4 or 5 in the surroundings there. We kept watching an individual one jumping up the tree, hammering in the bark.
Whenever the bird got really high up, we could not follow him with the camera anymore. But that is no problem really. Treecreepers can go up a tree, but they can not go down.
Then they fly back down to the bottom of a neighbouring tree and start over.
So, as a photographer, you know, that your model is going to draw quite some attention to itself and start the cat walk again, from your end of the scene. Pretty convenient, if you ask me.