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.
Yesterday, just prior to sunset, this great blue heron made an early evening flight across the salt marsh.
We have some cold weather coming in, so these birds better get themselves fed and into some shelter from the wind until temps get back to normal.
Ein ganz wundervolles Bild.
Danke. Ich freue mich, Ihnen dieses Foto gefallen hat
Splendido scatto, sei fantastico!!
Grazie Pat, sono felice ti è piaciuto questa foto.
The colours in this are stunning, Phil! Our birds are feeding heavily right now, telling me that bad weather is on the way. They are a great indicator!
When we lived up north we used to watch the squirrels. If they seemed to be frantically collecting acorns during fall, we expected a severe winter. We don’t get extended cold here much, but can tell when the birds appear to be getting a little nervous.
Last flight out Wednesday…Such a fun photo.
Hey thanks Charlie, glad you liked the GBH flight.
Freezing cold here, Ive seen migrations of geese flying for the past few weeks to the South, cant blame them, beautiful shot of blue heron, wonder if they stay where u are even in the winter or move further south…
We can see birds such as herons, egrets, ibis, and bald eagles out all winter despite how cold it gets. They live here year round and still have to eat. 🙂
Thanks a bunch Pat.
Love the photo
I’m happy you enjoyed it, thanks.
The background accentuates its beauty even more. I often stop by and absorb your photos for quite a while.
Well I greatly appreciate your interest and support Paula, thanks much!
This is a great picture of the GBH! The flight, his body in flight, and his beautiful coloring!
Even though I frequently see these birds I never get tired of watching and photographing them.
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