Awesome capture, Brian! I love your heron shots!
Nice capture Brian. I wish I had the patients of a heron.
i love the curls on the head. always wonder how they don't fall over from standing so still for so long?? such a cool bird. nice. ( :
extremely so, your camera with it! Always such exquisite photographs Brian; wow, can't get over how crisp.
The bright blue is really stunning.
The frogs and fish are in so much trouble.
such a great shot. looks rather smug. :) love all the detail!
Perfection! That blue around his eye is stunning, as is the rest of him.
Great shot!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Superb detail Brian.
Extraordinary, Brian. I just read a bit of trivia today about the GBH....can't wait to share it this coming Saturday/Sunday on my birding photo blog!
Another fabulous capture!
I hope it captured the fish it had its eyes on!
lovely portrait of this Heron striking a great pose, or just posing ready to strike.....
Perfect pose and photo.
What intensity in it's eyes. Fantastic capture.
it's just gorgeous brian, crystal clear, providing so much detail!!
Your shots never cease to amaze me Brian...
Wonderful picture! Such a great light.Cheers - Stewart M -and thanks for linking to WBW
Ah, a great thinker . . . love the shot.
What a beautiful capture!
Beautiful pose and very nice lighting and detail!
Hi Brian! Somehow you disappeared from my bloglist. Now you are on again.I missed a lot but I checked out all posts with your great Pictures. Love them!
Gorgeous as always I love the one below too.
Very focused! Much like the photographer I suspect. :)Excellent capture as always Brian!
Wow Brian, perfectly focused, what a great catch. You and these Great Blue Herons really have a nice thing going...love it~
I see a lot of herons really, but when I see your pictures I see them better than I do in real life! Thanks.
Amazing! It always surprises me how well these birds can fish.
I am so far behind on posts. This guy/gal is wonderful. I so love the graceful curve of their neck. Hope to get out tomorrow to see how my herons are all doing!
Would not want to be the object of this stare! Something is getting ready to have a very bad day. . . Love how your camera "picks out" all the contrasting feather shapes and colors.
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