A Quick Take Off, Great Blue

A Quick Take Off, Great Blue

OK, now this is the way it’s supposed to work. A recent article was a series of shots where the Heron did the opposite of the ‘normal’.

A Quick Take Off, Great Blue
A Quick Take Off, Great Blue

Above, the Heron bent his knees, leaned toward and glanced in the direction of flight.

A Quick Take Off, Great Blue
A Quick Take Off, Great Blue

An odd angle but he jumped where expected.

A Quick Take Off, Great Blue
A Quick Take Off, Great Blue
A Quick Take Off, Great Blue
A Quick Take Off, Great Blue

Above was the follow through. If there is no rush most of the time you can anticipate the flight path.

The other times… it’s exactly what you didn’t want them to do.

A Quick Take Off, Great Blue
A Quick Take Off, Great Blue

 

7 thoughts on “A Quick Take Off, Great Blue”

  1. Wow what an amazing capture. Truly spectacular, I never grow tired I seeing beautiful photographs of nature or seeing nature up close and personal. What a grande display of beauty in motion Ted. Have a blessed day. Love Joni

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    1. My pleasure and you are right as my husband and I were able to zoom in on your magnificent photographs this morning and enjoyed looking at your work together. I think we were both floored by the close up of the Barred owl with his claws around the bull frog. Splendid really. I love birds and wildlife and you have a real gift. Blessings to you and your family. Love πŸ’• Joni

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