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Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Day Three of Photographic Reflections

I took this shot of the great blue heron yesterday (Monday) morning when I went on a walk. I wish the photographic quality was better but I like the way those long legs look even longer because of the reflection. To find other photographic reflections or to join in the challenge, you can go to Quilly's site.

13 comments:

Carletta said...

What a wondeful reflection!
I've seen so many blue herons in blog world - I'm going to find one someday.

juliana said...

a heron? wow, great catch!
we have grey herons here but they always fly away before i can shoot them (with the camera, of course)

Alice - I Was Born2Cree8 said...

Carver, I really like this shot. That Heron has a great reflection. The Great Blue Herons come here to nest each year. It's amazing, even with silly people building all around the nesting grounds they are still showing up each year. I hope they continue.

I have fallen behind on my visits, and see I've missed your previous Reflections. They are FABULOUS!!! I've very impressed!! Keep up the great work.

Alice at I Was Born2Cree8
Or Reflections on Ruby Tuesday

jientje said...

You just taught me a new word, I saw one in London, but I didn't know what you call them! It looks like he posed for you!

Theresa said...

Love reflection shots- and great heron- yes great legs!

Dee said...

Nice shot of the great blue heron, Carver! Very cool"!

Napaboaniya said...

Only place I can view species like those are at the local bird park. You're real lucky Carver spotting these on your walks :)

Gattina said...

That's a beautiful picture and to shoot it in nature and not in a zoo like I had to do is wonderful !

Mimi Lenox said...

You have such an eye for nature's beauty.

Hapi said...

Gain up to 600 visitors in a day for just one message here.

Carver said...

Thanks so much to everyone for visiting. I appreciate it.

Amber Star said...

Carver,
I didn't see this one yesterday. It is very cool, too. :) I must have come by before you got it up or something.

Melli said...

I LOVE that! I WISH we had them living near here! The only time I've ever seen one live was down in Florida... That is just BEAUTIFUL!