A Different Perspective, Egret

A Different Perspective, Egret

The big wading birds are tall, but really thin. A head on shot is hard to focus and usually not very interesting. I avoid them, but here the returning Egret came from the wrong direction. Well, he thought it was fine.

A Different Perspective, Egret
A Different Perspective, Egret

At least he came in ‘wide’ so I had something to focus on.

A Different Perspective, Egret
A Different Perspective, Egret
A Different Perspective, Egret
A Different Perspective, Egret

In almost all cases nesting materials are brought in from either the right or left side of the rookery. That’s why I wasn’t ready for these shots. I assume this Egret went the length of the swamp for a new ‘hunting’ ground of twigs.

A Different Perspective, Egret
A Different Perspective, Egret
A Different Perspective, Egret
A Different Perspective, Egret

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