A photograph of a wood stork in my backyard.
Guest - May 17, 2007 12:45 AM EDT
another one I hadn't seen before, -echoing the other comments, had no idea storks heads and necks looked like that. Have never had the luck/opportunity to see one flying, would love to see the black wing feathers that Vicki describes. Great capture, Marsha Sea
Guest - May 16, 2007 03:28 PM EDT
What a stunning shot and very curius fellow.
Guest - Mar 18, 2007 08:14 PM EDT
Great wood stork image, Marsha. His feathers are so ruffled that he looks like a jeuvenile. As ugly as they are up close, they are sure gorgeous when flying with their black wing feathers.
Nice job on this one. Vicki
Guest - Mar 18, 2007 06:58 PM EDT
WOW!! what a great shot,but I gotta agree with the rest,he sure is ugly.lol
Guest - Mar 18, 2007 02:44 PM EDT
Thanks Carol, Talsi, and Don. It appeared to be a full grown stork. The featherless head and neck, which resembles a buzzards, is because they feed in the water and stick their heads underwater a lot. But, you are right Don, it does look like un unfortunate mixture of stork and buzzard. lol.
Guest - Mar 18, 2007 01:49 PM EDT
Wow, it looks like a Buzzard and a Stork did something they shouldn't have, and this is their son...lol. Cool capture Marsha. Don
Guest - Mar 17, 2007 09:15 PM EDT
Nice image - He stand out so well from the blue background. Is it a young stork?
Guest - Mar 17, 2007 08:45 PM EDT
Great closeup of the Bird!
Guest - Mar 17, 2007 07:06 PM EDT
Thank you Steve. The stork was actually in the canal at the edge of my backyard. My back yard isn't actually water. lol.
Guest - Mar 17, 2007 06:59 PM EDT
An extraordinary and rather untidy looking bird! The exposure is perfect to capture detail in both the white feathers and the dark neck.
Also, your back yard looks very wet, Marsha!
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