WOW! and you nailed the shots! Superb!
Excellent pinpoint landing. Fabulous photo sequence!
These are outstading! Breathtaking, really!
First off, your new header is excellent, especially like the font for your blog title--almost like rusting ironwork. Was that the idea?And as for the landing, those "pleated" wings are just amazing in all stages of the landing.
Great photos of this beautiful bird! I like your Kentucky barn also...marvelous light.
Lovely detail in these action shots BrianYou nailed another that is hidden within your review tag - brilliant work mateDave
You and the Great Blue heron both nailed, Brian.Awesome captures, love seeing your action shots.Congrats on you new look and web adventure!
Brian, what an amazing, fabulous series! National Geographic material.
A wonderful series Brian... and your title sums it up so well..
beautifully done - both by the bird and by you.(google reader and my reading list widget didn't pick you up today, but i'm guessing it'll take a day to sync up and recognize the feed again. my own post wasn't picked up by reader until 3 1/2 hours after it posted.)
Super series Brian.
One of my favs and I love these photos...rescued one once here on our pond that was caught in fishing line..they weigh nothing..but the bill is dangerous...Michelle
Great capture of the landing. Hard to believe how graceful these guys are. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Wow, great series, Brian! Well done!
Perfect action photos.
you nailed it alright! Stunning shots of the landing sequence. :)
(feed just made it thru. still under old name. i'm gonna be stubborn and see if google will make the change for me)
you certainly did with your captures too Brian; each is simply superb (I was thinking Tina Turner, Simply the Best for a moment...)
what a gorgeous bird! lovely. (:
COMPLETELY AMAZING! you need to be working for National Geographic, dude!
your photography is so awesome Brian....I always looks forward to your posts....thank you for all your nice comments on my blog...
Yes you did! You did great!! This is a difficult shot to get. Did you use a really small aperture? Just curious what your settings were. Thanks!
Congratulations on your move to .com... looks great!Excellent series!
really brian....really??your just killing me. i am surprised he wasn't holding a fish as well!!i may have to butter up the hubs, for a new lens!!
Perfect action shots!
Breathtaking! I aspire to take photos as good as yours some day.
WOW! Perfect..the landing and your shots! They are awesome! Yup, you should be working for National Geographic.
WAU - Very nice series you run. Hanne Bente
Brian this is a stunning series, so crisp and clear, absolute perfection! Now if the bird would have missed his/her landing that would have been hilarious! lol It's amazing to sit and watch just how graceful most birds are. Have a wonderful day, cheers.
Absolutely SUPERIOR!!!! National Geographic superior.Wood Stork
He nailed it & so did you, Brian!!! What an amazing series!! I am in awe.
The simplicity of a landing suddenly becamea a complicated, yet beautiful, sequence of motion. How very beautiful, Brian.Andrea @ From The Sol
You get some of the best heron shots I have ever seen!
Great sequence, Brian!
No need for words with pictures like this that tell the story perfectly.
Amazing -- I seem to say that every time I come here! :) But it's true.
Gorgeous series Brian!
WOW! Brian you have out done yourself....these are EXCELLENT!You inspire me more and more every time I visit your site.Thanks for sharing!
Whoosh Brian, these are all exceptional, great action captures, thank you~
Wow!! Wonderful series!! I love seeing all the different leg and body movements that are involved in landing!! I am going to send the link off to a couple of people I know!
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