If It Moves......Photograph It!!
If It Doesn't Move....Photograph It Anyway!!
Beautiful Egret! Wonderful closeups, Mitch!
Thanks Eileen :-))
Hvor er den smuk :-)http://18.104.22.168/wordpress/2013/07/18/nf-winged-97/
Tak, Birgitte :-))
This little character is certainly a dazzling white! Grand photos!
Thanks Gemma :-))
Thanks Nancy :-))
First shot is my favorite. :)
Thanks Sophie. Yes, that one is my fave, too. He looks kinda of menacing, doesn't he? :-))
Gorgeous macro shots!
Thank you :-))
Your shots are simply wonderful!Nice greetingsTina
Thank you, Tina :-))
Incredible shots, Mitch. I especially love that little point of light under the eye in that last shot.
Thanks Debby :-)). I've noticed that many of my shots of various kinds of Egret have those little spots of light below the eyes, when photographed in strong sunlight. I think it may be be a light-collecting feature of the eye-surround that helps with their visual acuity.
Marvelous photos of this wonderful white bird. Great !Thank you very much for your visit on my blog and your comment.Best regards, Synnöve
Thank you, Synnöve :-))
Such a beauty, but bevare of the beak, I think :)Have a nice evening.Mormorhttp://www.starbear.no/mormor/2013/07/18/stikker-na-sa-skjaera/
Thanks Mormor :-))
gorgeous close ups of the snowy egret. :)
Thanks NF :-))
I love the light and the shaddow. The third photo is stunning. I myself find it difficult to photograph white stuff.
Thanks Ulla :-)) Yes, white subjects reflect more light, which can make them more difficult to photograph well.
Thanks Kathy :-))
Isn't he beautiful posing so perfectly for you.
They're beautiful birds, that's for sure :-)) These were all photographed at Gatorland in Florida, where they congregate in large numbers, along with other varieties of egret, herons and others.
lol..............sorry i know its not really funny but this one reminds me of 'here's looking at you kid'.....:-)
The Bogart of the bird world, huh? LOL.