Three images of an Egret as she arrived in a rookery. They must fly in fast, bank and turn, to land on their own cypress. Acrobatics are required.
This time of year it is getting more difficult to catch these shots. It’s not a good idea to stand in the water so we are surrounded by tree limbs and the dreaded hanging Spanish Moss.
Spanish Moss is the iconic beauty, swinging in the breeze. Until you try to photograph around it. it is a wispy nothingness and always floats around your lens (or head).