My Timing Was Good, Spoonbill

My Timing Was Good, Spoonbill

I had been following Storks and knew my shots needed some help… my monopod because things were getting heavy, light fading.

I left the dike and walked back to the car and retrieved it.

This is what I returned to.

My Timing Was Good, Spoonbill
My Timing Was Good, Spoonbill

The first of a group of Spoonbill coming to join the Storks. Someone on the far side of this marsh (my wife ?) spooked a few and we both arrived back with the Storks at the same time.

My Timing Was Good, Spoonbill
My Timing Was Good, Spoonbill
My Timing Was Good, Spoonbill
My Timing Was Good, Spoonbill

Timing is everything.

Spoonbills joined the flock, I had a monopod to help shoot a little slower when needed.

note; the first images give you a glimpse at how large these marshes are. I looked around and this area is approximately 50% of the city limits of Washington DC. That’s big!

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