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.
Earlier this week on a cold, grey late afternoon, a great egret jumps off from the marsh pond on his way back for an evening roost.
E tu eri pronto per questi scatti bellissimi!!
Nice one, Phil. The wings look so graceful.
I sometimes forget how large those wings really are. Thanks Jane!
Nice captures as always Phil.I wish you a very happy holidays.
Thank you Jane and hope you enjoy your holidays as well.
I am not Jane, but Donna from Garden Walk Garden Talk. I will enjoy the holidays, thank you.
Yes you sure are, my mistake and apologies Donna. This is what happens when I type on my phone. 😥
So please do enjoy your holidays Donna! 🍸
Thank you, Phil. Please visit my new blog sometime. It is on nature rather than gardening. I do know the problems with replying by phone. I have made many mistakes doing so. Again, happy holidays to you and your family.
Just checked out the new blog, looks great! And snowy owls! Wow!
It’s amazing how they manage to get airborne…
We have some swans in the pond behind us and I’m amazed those birds can ever take off. But they do a lot of walking. 🙂
Stunning captures. 😀
Thank you very much!
Those are some long legs to push off of — amazing he can do it!
They are long legs but kinda skinny so he’s lucky there. 🙂
What a great jumper he is! That wingspan is most impressive. 🙂
Those are big white wings for sure! 🙂
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