Photographs From A Marsh - click to enlarge

Photographs From A Marsh

Sometimes it’s nice to randomly capture images, no thought to grouping them into a series. It’s certainly easier given the places we photograph. There isn’t much that isn’t interesting out there.

Photographs From A Marsh - click to enlarge
Photographs From A Marsh – click to enlarge

First here is a shot usually not taken. I believe these are Shovelers out moving through the open water. There are canals, open lanes without thick grasses, where there is always something.

Photographs From A Marsh - click to enlarge
Photographs From A Marsh – click to enlarge
Photographs From A Marsh - click to enlarge
Photographs From A Marsh – click to enlarge

Not one, but three bucks together. These are White-tailed deer. The young males stay as a group. I don’t think that was common up north.

Photographs From A Marsh - click to enlarge
Photographs From A Marsh – click to enlarge

And of course the large wading birds, here a Great Egret, provide the constant photo op.

Photographs From A Marsh - click to enlarge
Photographs From A Marsh – click to enlarge

We become so trained to look out over a large area it’s very easy to miss the things up closer, and just up high. Turkey Vulture, one of the most common and ignored residents here.

A little bit of everything in this article. Another post trying to give a feel of the southern marshes.

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