Birds, Egret, Marsh, Spoonbill, This and That, Wildlife Roseate Spoonbill Sharing A Branch With A Great Egret October 10, 2018 Ted Jennings - TPJ Photography 6 Comments Sharing a dead tree branch over a marsh. Roseate Spoonbill Sharing A Branch With A Great Egret – click to enlarge Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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Beautiful photos, Ted! The play of the colors are wonderful.
Thank you. I had time here to do setup and did my metering directly on the light colored birds. Made for great lighting.
Ted, that is a splendid photograph! Unique! I have never seen before something like this. The birds are so beautiful!
There are times different species will sit together on this old marsh tree, tree options are limited. While I was there we also had a Great Blue join as well as a Cormorant. Have a ‘bent knee’ take off as well as the Great Blue pulling some Spoonbill feathers 😀. Hope to publish those ASAP.
What an interesting photo with such similar postures from both birds, yet the contrast in colour. How unusual!