SONY DSCNot something that I have had a lot of the last few days, but I’m taking a step back to fix that.

Patience is definitely a virtue…depending on the situation.  I kid. It is easier said than done, but I know that all we do requires patience of some level.  I’m usually pretty good about maintaining it for the most part, but we all have our days.

I think this fella is epitome of what I was thinking when I thought of patience today.  Standing there in all of his glory. Waiting for whatever.  Or just soaking in the early morning sun.

Whatever it is…he definitely had patience with  me.  Like most the wildlife that weekend, he let me get fairly close to him.  I am not sure how close he would have let me get. I didn’t test the boundaries, didn’t need to.  Still,   he didn’t really seem to care that I was there.  That is something you can usually tell.   At least I can.  The way that they start inching away and getting their feathers ready for take off.  This guy, though, he was content.

I was proud of these shots.  Most likely, because I had the patience to do it right.  It helped that he didn’t care that I was there.  Still, both of us had some patience and it paid off.

Have a beautiful day and tomorrow.

Montana Rose Photography

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