I have had a great time mixing photography with bird hunting on this blog over the past 10 years or so. Now I am adding woodworking to the mix by making hardwood frames to produce complete, framed “art”.
Check out Novak Image & Frame by clicking HERE.
See examples of the finished work below:
Here at the Birdhunter significant effort is expended to produce the mediocre level of writing that you see in this blog. We are alright with that because the point here is the photography. But if you want to read great bird hunting stories written by fellows who know how to write then checkout this terrific e-book from the guys over at the Mouthful of Feathers blog. It is well worth the $5 and can be bought HERE.
How fun would it have been to hunt wild quail on a southern plantation in 1905! That is the year my grandfather was born – TR is president, the Civil War was lost only 40 years ago, the side by side game gun had reached the pinnacle of perfection, cigars are good for you and this vintage ad is in the box of fresh Remington paper shot shells you just opened.
A limit of pheasants taken with the Beretta 470.
A pair of Sage Grouse hens and a Spanish sidelock in the North Park of Colorado.
West Texas Bobwhite quail have pink faces from feasting on prickly pear cactus. These cocks were taken southwest of Sweetwater on a perfect December morning.
Wild west Texas Bobs and the Garbi shotgun. The title sounds like a magazine I’d like to get.