Last in the series of Heron shots. I took over 100 shots of this bird so I’d be certain of getting a good photo and this is my favourite despite the ugly vertical bars!
He was walking towards the bridge and I crouched down and focused on him through the bars of the bridge. I’m glad I went to the extra effort now.
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12 replies on “The Heron and the bars”
I like this one of series the best! Great images.
I really like this one as well, and I love the way the water turned out in today’s shot. I also can’t believe how close you were able to get.
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Thanks all, glad you like it. It was one of the last shots I got of the bird before he disappeared under the bridge!
This one is incredible, the light and overall tone is just wonderful. The bar isnt distracting, I kinda like it.
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Great series. I took a bunch of shots of herons last year in Florida, and still need to sort through them. They are amazingly graceful and beautiful birds – I didn’t want to screw up the photos, either.
Beautiful shot and series. I love these birds.
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If you ever come out to Victoria, BC, Canada, you can enjoy the local heron from Julia’s parent’s place.