7 thoughts on “A BLUE HERON SUNSET

    1. I had to very quickly shoot that! I didn’t see that Heron there.It took off & I had to very quickly grab my camera,track & shoot.I had already gotten the exposure.I do that while I’m travelling sometimes when time is critical.

      1. You’re an old pro at this … I get home and look at pictures sometimes and have many shots missing snouts, tails or just a blur … sigh. I like seeing the heron take flight – looks like a different bird from the gangly-looking, skinny bird you see on land.

  1. I have missed your blog while recovering from my new transplant history and hoped you were having a successful and health filled summer. My best wishes sincerely, David

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