Showing posts from October, 2015

Long Island Photographer in Sag Harbor Sanctuary

If you're lucky enough to have a summer home in the Hamptons, you may have already visited the Elizabeth A. Morton National Wildlife Refuge in Sag Harbor, New York, or as I like to call it, "The Chickadee Park." The birds and chipmunks are so comfortable there that I felt like I entered Snow White's kingdom. 
This past weekend was slightly overcast, but it didn't stop us from visiting the park with our entourage of children, who chased the birds around like they held the keys to Disney in their tiny claws. 
This sweet little blonde peanut is my aunt's niece. I caught her being playful on the railings of the bridge. I told the adults in our pack to keep an eye on her safety while I photographed her in action. This time, however, someone got a shot of me, too!