Friends, this Great Egret is huge compared to yesterday’s sandpiper, so i am again practicing my flying shots.He looks like he is carved from white alabaster, white and a bit translucent, a different look than the sharply focused feathers, probably too slow a shutter speed, but i like the different feel. There was a flock of about twenty birds on the marsh so lots of squabbling and flying, an antithesis of the serene solitary flying bird, the next day they were gone, flew south to better weather, til Tomorrow MJ
Posted on August 26, 2012, in Birds, Crex Meadows, Nature, photography and tagged birds, Crex Meadows, egret, feathers, great egret, mjspringett, nature, photography, postaday. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
sublime …your flying shots are going well 🙂
thanks for the encouragement christine, MJ
We have several Great Whites and some snow egrets on Senkarik pond. When we lived on Longboat Key in Florida Mikki also fed one of Great White’s turkey bacon our of her hand. The bird would slip into the house if we left the patio door open. She named him/her Clicker Bobbie. They constantly clicked their bill. They are territorial. Nice photo. jack
thanks jack, i will remember the clicker, these birds have left the meadows so probably headed your way, or to Fla, MJ