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"Sneaky" is a great photo too John.well captured too.pop over to see my new posts
You caught the "one legged freeze" of the Blue Heron - on of their best tactics. Believe it or not, we have some of these up here in the mountains. We saw them frequently in Louisiana, and I thought they were strictly a coastal bird until we moved up here.
Hi John,What a great and sneaky bird photography this is...Look/listen to/at my Paris and Holland slides :)Have a wonderfull weekend:) JoAnn:)
Hi, just to let you know canal post 2 is now up.
My compliments. You do great work. How far do you live from where you shot this bird? It's an impressive photograph.Stop on by Fear and Loathing - The Gonzo Papers when you get a chance and have a look at my shots. It's not a photography blog, but it could be a good fit for a link exchange.Mutual benefit is what t he Villagers go...GONZO! Carnival is all about.
Lovely shot of the bird! I love how you've captured his shadow also.I saw a green or blue heron this weekend - but I was about 150 yards away....and the shots I took just weren't clear enough to post. At least I'll have the shots and they will be great memories for me.Hopefully I'll get a clear one to post at some point.
the first time i saw sandhill cranes was on your blog......i love your crane/heron shots.....you always capture them in their candor...
STUNNING!! Very impressive
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