A few photographs, shot wide, of a Great Blue flying into a swamp. (Best viewed full screen)
Getting wide images, showing the surrounding environment, gives some perspective of where photographs like these are taken. A better feeling for the location.
The trick for me is not to shoot too wide, the Heron would be a dot. I almost did that here.
In this location shooting wide means you also will have branches or Spanish Moss in front of you as you follow the flight.
At least I got three useful photographs. All things considered the Heron came out fairly good.