The Heron is magnificent,and I do like the last photo with perfect reflection. Who would think that bird had such fine feathers at the top of his/her head, great detail I so enjoy looking at. Cheers, Jean.
Wow, Brian! Superb photos of the heron...I love those steps!
Excellent photos. You must have a lot of patients to wait for these poses.
Great images...he is a beautiful bird!
Thats a splendid set of pictures - how do you get these herons to pose for you! Mine just hunch their shoulders and look cross! (as you will see on Wednesday!)Cheers - Stewart M
Breathtaking series of photos!!
Wonderful, as usual!
stupendous!!! i have already used every other word in the english language!!is stupendous a word??you must be the heron whisperer!!
...and you were there for each of them; fantastic, crisp photographs; just superb Brian, well done.
LOVE these! perfect lighting to detail every feather and those LOOOOONG legs! the last shot makes me want to draw him...
Simply Awesome! I hope you have this series printed and hanging on a wall!
Fantastic again Brian, love the capture of the walk across the log, last picture looks like he is sulking or cold, LOL. Great detail on the feathers.
Whoa! Amazing captures with awesome clarity. You could make an animated gif out of that. Very cool, Brian!
Awesome series of shots, Brian! Just fantastic.
Such amazing birds and I love the series of this one steping out! Beautiful!
Simply Stunning Brian!!!
Wonderful images (and humour) Brian.
I love your heron pics! This is a great series!!!!
congratulation .. with such beautiful pictures .. I'm a little envious.))regards Frank
Breathtaking, Brian! Your photos never cease to astound me...you make me see things as if it's for the first time.
Wow all that effort for so little distance. Beautiful shots!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Fantastic series! Wow!
Amazing shots Brian!
Great capture of the heron with is careful steps. I´m way behind you with the heron pictures...but it inspires.
Awesome shots of the Heron, Brian!
These images certainly answer the question of why the heron here is Great. Well done, Brian!
More yoga poses. Crane to mountain and very well done.
These are just stunning!
A blue heron caught almost doing the splits! How many shots did you have to take to capture these few perfect moments? Your patience shows in your work, Brian--and we all love the results.
Herons....gotta love 'em.Brian, I also like your hummingbird at the feeder image above this one.thanks for the visit today on my Wordless/watery post.
Fantastic capture! Beautiful photos!
Brilliant shots Brian!! Great clarity and a wonderful sequence. More patience paying off. Your blog is always so great to visit... I look forward to seeing what you've posted each week.
Very beautiful set of pictures ;-)Céline & Philippe
Magnificent! What light you got on those pictures! I never find it easy to get good pictures on the herons, because they always fly away!Greetings Pia
This is a great serie of photos! Well done!
What a great series of shots! Very nicely done.
Wow these are fantastic. I always enjoy the great detail you capture in your photographs. I wonder if the view was better on that portion of the log!
Brian this is an absolutely superb series -- every picture is perfect on its own, but together they are fantastic....he's beautiful -- and the photographer is incredibly talented. Thank you!!!
Brian, your work is so magnificent! These are amazing shots. I am enjoying the work of other photographers that you are posting as well. It makes me want a new camera so badly!!!! We are headed to the Grand Canyon in a couple of weeks, and I plan to take my little digital that I always use, but I want to take a film camera too, an FM-2 Nikon I used to like to use. I am hoping to get some great shots! We got only so-so pictures when we were there years ago. There just isn't any excuse for that! :-)
Great series if the beautiful heron!! I have one too, but a lot further away...:) They are not so common here.
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