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 evening this wood stork came swooping in from somewhere out in the salt marsh and made a dramatic entrance.
Of course, after all that, he just ended up standing around looking…well maybe ‘cute’ isn’t the exact best word, but you know. 😀
Molto bella questa serie di scatti.
Grazie Pat, glad you liked the stork! 🙂
Well I’m glad you liked seeing Woody!
Great images, you are very patient xx
Wow thank you so much for looking in here and commenting! It’s funny how things go out there, sometimes I can get all kinds of stuff in 10 mins, other times I stand around forever hoping for something, anything, to happen. But that’s the fun in it too. 😀
Love the landing, Phil. It almost looks as though he’s screeching to a halt. No, I also wouldn’t think that cute is the right word, although I did once hear ‘cute’ defined as “ugly but acceptable.” 😀
I will resist passing that saying along to our alligator friends. I suspect they think of themselves as cute and desirable. 😀
Wood storks are something though.
Indeed, cute is probably not the word; still I do so enjoy seeing them. You really got some great shots.
Well let’s try unique. 🙂 That might work.
I love the “Well, I’m here, now what?” look on the face in the the last photo!
That’s so true. I did forget to mention in the write up about how tiny the snowy egret (in the third photo) looked in comparison to the stork.
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