Saturday, May 01, 2010

Great Blue Heron


Whether Flying


Walking

 Or Stalking

The Great Blue Heron is at all times a majestic bird

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19 comments:

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

Great, indeed! He's a looker!

A Garden of Threads said...

Yes very majestic and great shots. Have a wonderful weekend.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Majestic indeed.Goregous shots.

Bird Girl said...

Really lovely shots!

Greyscale Territory said...

Such beautiful pgotos of the heron! Definitely a majestic bird in all profiles!

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Salty: Tis a real beauty, you did a wonderful photo of the flying one.

lv2scpbk said...

Beautiful photos. Your photos never disappoint. Love them!

bobbie said...

That one is a real beauty!

eileeninmd said...

Gorgeous shots of the GB Heorn, Coy!

Corker2 said...

You always seem to get the great shots. They are always amazing. The Great Blue Heron is a wonderful bird to watch.

Stay well.
Les

Meggie said...

Holy smokes, Coy! These shots are incredible!! Since the dredging in my area, the heron have gone elsewhere in search of fish. I miss them.

Brad Myers said...

Coy, Blue Herons are always fun to watch and photograph. On your previous post it sounds like you had a very good day. But then just being out on the boat with the line in the water is a fun time.

Elaine said...

Wonderful flight shot!

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Coy, these are great images! Did you by chance see my Great Blue images about two weeks ago? They certainly are fun to capture in images and those eyes, their massive wings in flight, oh my, what beauty~

photowannabe said...

The heron looks like a crafted wood figure. Their poses just beg to be photographed. Love the shots Salty.

Marci said...

Awesome!

Kerri said...

EXCELLENT images!

Kerri said...

EXCELLENT images!

Misty Dawn said...

It is indeed majestic, and these photos are absolutely OUTSTANDING!!! We have a Blue Heron which visits our backyard pond, but it ALWAYS sees me, before I see it. The only shots I can get of it are of it flying away.