Heron landing, Hardly A Ripple - click to enlarge

Heron Landing, Hardly A Ripple

This  bird was really impressive, please view the gallery.

He landed with his toes pointing straight down, breaking the water, but look how delicate the full landing was…and this is a really big bird.

Heron landing, Hardly A Ripple - click to enlarge
Heron landing, Hardly A Ripple – click to enlarge

Below the long claws are touching, but still not a hint of a splash.

Heron landing, Hardly A Ripple - click to enlarge
Heron landing, Hardly A Ripple – click to enlarge

Herons turn their large wings back, and down, to slow their descent, it works no matter how fast they are going.

Heron landing, Hardly A Ripple - click to enlarge
Heron landing, Hardly A Ripple – click to enlarge

This sequence was shot at 10 images a second which allowed me to capture the entire scene. There are few cameras that can catch this, the Canon 7D2 is one of them.

Click any image below to view the gallery.

Lately I’ve been complaining about the type of gear I need to take out. However, I’m pretty sure this series could not be taken without all the ‘stuff’.

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