He Walked Past Then An Exit, Heron

He Walked Past Then An Exit, Heron

These shots are why I switched (temporary) to a shorter lens. Everything has grown tall, thick, and in the way of a shot. A shorter lens seems better for now.

Case in point this Heron. He walked past me only a few meters away in the swamp. Next coming out in the open to look around for a while.

He Walked Past Then An Exit, Heron
He Walked Past Then An Exit, Heron
He Walked Past Then An Exit, Heron
He Walked Past Then An Exit, Heron

Above, the bent knee signal of taking flight, and I focused.

He Walked Past Then An Exit, Heron
He Walked Past Then An Exit, Heron
He Walked Past Then An Exit, Heron
He Walked Past Then An Exit, Heron

However, if the lens is too big (taken at 150mm) it’s impossible to get the full frame correct.

He Walked Past Then An Exit, Heron
He Walked Past Then An Exit, Heron

Still a few nice images, and a story to go with them.

Even better he was back, with a friend, almost immediately. That’s why he was looking all around in the first place. They were chasing each other.

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