On a typical winter day here you don’t know what you will see, or how the weather will hold out.
A little dull, but Herons were out in force this time.
This Heron went down the length of the dike, almost at eye level.
The Great Blue are one of my favorite birds to shoot in flight.
Amazing how long they are when stretched out in full flight.
No wasted effort here.
A quick jump in the air, and gone.
A sepia toned photograph taken of an 1800’s monument being slowly engulfed in Moss. Typical southern scene, and one that reminds me why I am here.
Double-crested Cormorants on either side of a Roseate Spoonbill.
They couldn’t be anymore different.
Best viewed large.
I cannot walk past Rosalie without taking a photograph. She is one of five children buried here, all lost to disease.
Her head stone is the most elaborate being a stone baby carriage and a ‘plaster cast’ of Rosalie’s face.
Face casts were popular in the late 1800’s. This one remains since the monument has an overhang of stone to protect it.
Toys are left here, the panda being one that comes and goes at times.
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An impressive bird paddling by.
White Pelican, ACE Basin, South Carolina.
Best viewed large, as big as you can.
I stumbled on this today checking for images before 2020 files are in old catalogues.
Horrible light but so what LOL. All those shore birds almost bombing a big group of Spoonies.
Some articles here are all about the images rather than any story.
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