I previously worked as a news and sports photographer. Recently I have been enjoying wildlife photography. My approach toward bird photos is similar to sports photography. I attempt to capture mostly action and hopefully a unique perspective.
Two juvie spoonbills jump off and leave the salt marsh earlier this week, while two adult spoonies remain behind to watch the departure.
Scatti rosa affascinanti. Bellissime foto, complimenti!!
I’m happy you like the big pink birds Pat! 🙂
Wow, so beautiful double lift-off phil.
And do you have some news about the spoonbill that was ill?
Have a nice day
Thank you Sophie, glad you liked seeing double. 🙂
We have seen the injured spoonbill and he seems to be doing fine, the wounds appear to be healing nicely.
I love your photos of life in the marsh, I really enjoy following the storyline.
That’s great to hear Charlie, it’s what I really try hard to do, not just come up with photos, but hopefully a little story to go along with them. Thank you.
What a beautiful wing spread and color, perfect. Thank heaven the wounded spoonie is doing nicely, I knew he would…beautiful pictures and nature in the marsh.
Thanks a million Linda! Yes we were quite happy to see our injured pink friend doing well and his wounds which originally concerned us seem to be healing better then hoped for. 🙂
As always fascinated me. Thank you dear Phil, love, nia
I am happy you liked these photos Nia!
Spectacular lift offs, Phil. The two ‘left behinds’ look a bit envious that their friends are going off on vacation. 🙂
They do look a bit forlorn over being left behind, but maybe they think there is still tasty fish and shrimp to be had so no need to rush off early. 🙂
Great choreography! Love how the younger ones just look on… 🙂
It almost as if they rehearsed this routine because they sure have it nailed nicely!
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