Once again, the Wood Stork crash landing. I admit to paying special attention to them so I can photograph another landing.
Their wing span is around four meters, so every landing has the potential for a good image.
Another reason I try for these shots is I may not get a chance to see a big flock for a long time. The organized chaos is special so the more photographs the better.
I saw my first Stork maybe five years ago, and my first large flock only three years ago.
I’m still star struck.
2 thoughts on “His Spot Is In The Middle, Wood Stork”
Nice series, Ted! Love the second shot, with the bottom right stork voicing its opinion! 🙂
Thanks. Funny but most times the others just step aside and let the new one land. I always thought that odd. Well, not sure if it’s the heat or what but recently there have been disagreements over pushing in.