This Anhinga was drying her feathers after diving for fish. For some reason it didn’t seem to be an issue that I was closer than usual. 60 more words
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OK, it’s really duck weed, algae, and maybe some feathered fern. No matter, green muck.
And of course a Green Heron in there with it. 17 more words
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These birds are elegant in flight.
There is something very satisfying about catching them in a close fly by. We photograph these birds almost daily, but never really get tired of it. 9 more words
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It’s the simple things that bring lasting pleasure. Dawn at looking out from Big Swamp. Too good not to stop and take the shot. It’s not a swamp it’s a wet land. 99 more words
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A bright sunny day with a nest of Egrets. 9 more words
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Then he dreamed, and behold, a ladder was set up on the earth, and its top reached to heaven; and there the angels of God were ascending and descending on it. 676 more words
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These photographs were taken right before all these juvenile Great Blues learned to fly. I watched them poke each other, argue, and just be ready to move on. 82 more words