Why I Shoot Wide, Egret

Why I Shoot Wide, Egret

I had pulled back my lens, as I often do, to catch the full flight of this Great Egret.

The images turned out to be a nice example of keeping perspective in the photographs. There can always be something to show off what it is like in their swamps.

Why I Shoot Wide, Egret
Why I Shoot Wide, Egret

Above we have the Spanish Moss in the frame and below the Egret is an Alligator floating by.

Why I Shoot Wide, Egret
Why I Shoot Wide, Egret

Cypress trees usually are draped in the Moss and their distinct shape adds interest.

Why I Shoot Wide, Egret
Why I Shoot Wide, Egret
Why I Shoot Wide, Egret
Why I Shoot Wide, Egret

The Alligator remained in background. By itself, not in a series, the surrounding area still makes each individual image stand up well.

Why I Shoot Wide, Egret
Why I Shoot Wide, Egret

This same birds flight gave a whole new look when climbing up to the nest. Trees, woods, and resting Cormorants now provide background.

Why I Shoot Wide, Egret
Why I Shoot Wide, Egret

Anyway, this is why I like to shoot a little wider than other photographers.

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