Gone In A Flash, Night Heron - click to enlarge

Gone In A Flash, Night Heron

What saved these images was getting the shoulder, secondary, wing feathers. The bigger wading birds have a line of wing feathers that run about halfway down the wing width.

In the right light and position they can help make a decent image. It’s these little things that can make a good wildlife photograph.

Gone In A Flash, Night Heron - click to enlarge
Gone In A Flash, Night Heron – click to enlarge

The Black-crowned Night Heron is a smaller Heron, but very quick. Even knowing exactly where he was didn’t help much at lift off.

Gone In A Flash, Night Heron - click to enlarge
Gone In A Flash, Night Heron – click to enlarge

In an instant this guy was off and going low over the marsh.

Gone In A Flash, Night Heron – click to enlarge

This series is no award winner by any means however the fall colors are OK.

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