Morning Marsh Scenes 11/2022

Morning Marsh Scenes 11/2022

The morning I shot these photographs all my previously made plans failed, spectacularly. In short, up at 5, out the door quickly, sun in, fog out, even roads were closed.

Not having my wing woman I…  ‘winged’ it.

Things worked out since I had a second camera, some short lens, along.

Morning Marsh Scenes 11/2022
Morning Marsh Scenes 11/2022
  • Roseate Spoonbill slipped in low and dropped down into the reeds on the next dike.
Morning Marsh Scenes 11/2022
Morning Marsh Scenes 11/2022
  • Great Egrets became ‘bookends’ at the edge of a marsh.
Morning Marsh Scenes 11/2022
Morning Marsh Scenes 11/2022
  • And, always around to bail me out. Passing Alligator.

2 thoughts on “Morning Marsh Scenes 11/2022”

    1. Thank you 🙏. I actually don’t mind going out there by myself. I’ve seen things ‘go south’ so I’m a little more cautious. My wife and shoot together most days, but we still will head off in different directions. Many times I don’t even know what she’s done until after production. 😁

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