What a hoot this cute Coot is, Brian.sorry my whimzy inner-child got carried away ~:)
Great shot, Brian! Love the sharp, red eye on this cute Coot!
you can even see the water drops on his feathers...super!
Cool Coot! haha I love the droplets of water on the feathers and the stripe on the beak - that is a stripe and not grass I hope.
Beautiful shot! I expect nothing less from you anyway! Love the detail in this...
love the algae bling he's sporting. :) nice shot!
Good one...I thought you were on an airplaine somewhere. LOL
Handsome chap, I want to see one too;') Very beautiful bird~
I thought I saw the head moving.Kudos.
Oh so that is why they call those all night flights the way they do, because of this kind of duck? Oh I get it. LOL I love the water in this photo the most.
Nice image Brian, tack sharp (as always) im waiting for some one to make the pun about using the red eye removal technique on this one. ;)
Beautiful close-up. This coot sure has a gleam in his eye. They swim so fast that it's oftentimes hard to get them in focus. You did great!
He's a handsome dude!
love that bill. ( :
So why do you think their eyes are red--and their feet are so weird? Maybe they were made with left-over parts at the craft shop?
Such incredible resolution. Really nice.
Great details in those feathers!
Love the water ripples!
Nice shot Brian!!! Tell me...do you hand hold or use a tripod??? Very crisp and clear shots!
Look at those water droplets on his back! Awesome!
Great bird - no need for red-eye reduction!These were the first (live) albatross I had seen. I found a dead one once! The boat trips were really tourist trips rather than birding trips, so I was surprised how many birds I saw.Cheers and thanks for the (earlier) link to WBW.Stewart M - Melbourne
Cute capture of the Coot and his red eye! Have a happy day!
What a beauty, Brian. Thank you
Beautiful shot, Brian!
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