I had taken these a few weeks ago and they somehow never left the ‘to do’ file.
Considering the subjects are Roseate Spoonbills I could not leave them unpublished. 38 more words
1 month ago
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Day 1 of a two day weekend of Bird Tours. Today was to be spent on the North Norfolk coast looking for lingering winter visitors and any early spring migrants. 2,349 more words
Sometimes you get the right angle, this was one of them.
A little distance either way and I would have had branches and palms in the shot. 37 more words
I assumed birds could simply walk along tree branches. Apparently not when you have feet like a Spoonbill. 6 more words
1 month, 1 week ago
Photographing the stick gathering is nothing new, however here it’s a Spoonbill. That is.
Herons and Egret we have plenty of shots. These may have been the first Spoonbill I had caught. 15 more words
This would be a great shot for a person who has never seen a Spoonbill (most people have not). Simple, and the entire bird is detailed, on display. 15 more words
I caught this shot as a bird came in to land nearby.
I don’t catch this motion often since most times a bird is either too far or has completely covered themselves with the wings. 8 more words