Heron Hollering at Us

 
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great blue heron, squawking at us, as he left the stream where he was fishing, to fly over to the field where he landed.
Looks like he's in the process of linking his toes of each foot together, which they do once they get into the level flying mode

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alandrapal - Jun 09, 2008 01:03 AM EDT
that's nice of you, Jessica, many thanks, am happy you like the image.
JessicaCooper - Jun 08, 2008 02:26 PM EDT
Great picture of a beautiful bird! I like how you caught him with his beak open. Good shot.
alandrapal - Feb 18, 2008 09:42 PM EDT
thanks again, Anne, glad you like it, -- we haven't been out in the local farmlands taking images for sometime, so are looking forward to doing so again soon. Keep wanting to go see if the snowy owls are in their local overwintering beach area near here, but can't see to get there : )
anne - Feb 18, 2008 10:40 AM EDT
Wonderful plicture. I liked the concentration on the Heron and the explanation of the feet. I didn't know they did that. Also the black tips on wings! We saw this one inside and outside. *g* Great shot!
Guest - Nov 19, 2006 02:47 AM EDT
thankyou Alex, only just saw your comment from mid October.
Guest - Oct 13, 2006 09:26 AM EDT
WOW!! what a great action shot.
Guest - Oct 12, 2006 02:36 AM EDT
thankyou Beverly. Yes, the heron was squawking at us as it flew away, think it was mad at our disturbing it : )
Guest - Oct 11, 2006 11:56 PM EDT
Nice flight shot - made even better since the heron has it's beak open.
Guest - Oct 11, 2006 05:02 AM EDT
thanks to all for the nice comments, - Carol, Alex D, Karen, EyeSpy & Vicki. Glad you like it.
Guest - Oct 09, 2006 09:57 PM EDT
Great capture! Carol
Guest - Oct 09, 2006 09:36 PM EDT
Nicely done, Alandra. Does look upset alright. They certainly don't like to be disturbed. Isn't your long lens fun? I was shooting an egret recently and some kids came along and chased it off. Fortunately, I was ready for it and I got off a burst of shots as it passed by me. I'll submit that soon.
Guest - Oct 09, 2006 08:26 PM EDT
I love how you caught this gracebird in flight and the feather details. Well done!
Guest - Oct 09, 2006 07:58 PM EDT
That's wonderful! Fabulous!
Guest - Oct 09, 2006 07:52 PM EDT
Wow This is terrific, Alandra - a great in-flight shot of the gorgeous bird. I'm having trouble getting online here - even though the campground has WiFi. All's well.
Guest - Oct 09, 2006 06:45 PM EDT
thanks Alan : ) - he really did seem ticked at us, we both laffed as he flapped away, - either that or he was saying "I'll fool YOU". On the way home, we noticed neither of these herons were in the same area, - we went up a side road nearby and they were there instead, further from the road. They are pretty smart, I think. They must've realized the previous time, we returned the same way and I got more photos of them. so took off yesterday before we returned : )
Guest - Oct 09, 2006 05:12 PM EDT
Hi Alandra, WOW another great action photo! He does look a tad upset at you for scaring the fish away. If you keep making them mad you'll never get them to sign a copyright release LOL.. Wonderful photo...

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