Brilliant, I don't know how you get so close to your subjects, but oh so brilliant Brian~
Once again you captured the stunning beauty of these herons perfectly, Brian.
wonderful poses and great photography .. always
Beautiful! Love herons. Yes it was a frosty morning on Sunday, about -7C.It was a beautiful morning with fog on the lakes but we were on our way to the hunting ground for training with our dogs.
It is just amazing with as big as these birds are, where they can land and stand! Very nice job as usual.
do you have your own private bird zoo?! you get the best photos!
Your birds' eyes are always so sharp and clear.
the first photo, he looks rather sweet - and the feather patterns are gorgeous! i love the curmudgeony look of pulled up and ruffled 'fur' in the 2nd. then the intense glare/stare/focus of the next 2. great job, heron master!
Your great blue heron shots are always amazing, Brian! Bravo!!
Brilliant Shots you have captured! Have a nice day.Let us remember our dear bloggers we know in this Drastic Sandy Storms of winds and damage.
He really stands out against the gray sky in those first two photos! Great job as always!
Brian, awesome shots of the Heron!
This is where I come to see how it is done ... then I only wish I could do the same. You are a wonderful photographer ... you have all the tools including the eye for composition and beauty. Thank you again and again ...Andrea @ From The Sol
As usual, a great set of photos Brian.
Stunning shots as usual, Brian!! I love all the different poses. Herons are quite wonderful to watch. I'd love a longer zoom to capture shots like this!
Spectacular, once again!
It's amazing how such big, long legged birds can land on a tree stump or small branch. From Findlay
Great series with amazing details!
Brian, those shots are fantastic.
quel bel oiseau !
He's beautiful. You got him in his compact stage, fluffed out and alert. What a wonderful series.
Don'tcha just LOVE herons? I know I do. You've mastered the photography of these to be sure.
Great captures!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
I love Herons. Its beautiful.
Amazing photos of the Heron, all of them!! /Susanne
Oh my gosh . I'm just in awe. Heavenly pictures.
Lovely photos. Great composition.
An excellent series Brian!You have patience and it shows in your captures.
Great pictures - I like the 3rd one the most - I like the way the branches frame the bird and give it a context.Thanks for linking to WBW.Stewart M - Australia
What a great series of heron pictures, beady eyes, ruffled feathers and all.
Master of all he surveys. Great shots, Brian!
Glad you put in some photos of the bird on two legs. Thought he was a candidate for the heron paralympics. Or was working on his lamp impressions. Wouldn't that be a cool thing for your man cave--a one legged heron lamp --ha!
Nice images of one of my favorite birds!They look more at home standing in the water than perched in a tree!- Wally (Florida)
I always learn something from your photography, Brian. Today I think you've just illustrated the "rule of thirds" which a good friend told me about some time ago? I halfway understood what she was saying, but your blue heron makes it plain now.
Amazing captures, Brian!Have a H(͡๏̯͡๏)T'ing Halloween!
He's so wonderful, and you got some great images! Hope you had a nice Halloween!
Can't comment for fear of tripping on superlatives.
Great shots of the Blue Heron! I am always so happy to see them. There is a reservoir in near my home that has a lot of dead trees in it. We often seen heron's roosting there.
Breathtaking shots of this awesome bird. The 3rd one down is my favorite.
Simply beautiful photos of the heron, Brian!
Amazing shots, Brian! It's nice of you to call this a humble blog, but it's really anything but. These shots are fantastic. The third one is my favorite.
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