Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Wordless Wednesday

This is my entry for Bird Photography weekly  click on link to see more great birds.










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31 comments:

  1. What a capture, Eileen! In South Africa the egret's beak turns black during breeding season.

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  2. Nice actions shots! Happy Wordless Wednesday to you. :-)

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  3. great captures and perfect timing. Happy WW!

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  4. Beautiful photos!
    Thanks for visiting my blog!
    Happy WW...Luna

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  5. What he is eating?Great capture on time of that photo.

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  6. I always love egrets..even eating a snake.

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  7. such elegant birds. I am imazed and how their legs bend and they sit on their knees

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  8. What fabulous pictures! He looks like he struggling a bit though, doesn't he!

    I love the beautiful photograph in your header too. All of your blogs are fabulous!

    Best wishes and thanks for visiting 3 Sisters,365 today,
    Natasha.

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  9. It's funny you should use these for Wordless Wednesday.One should not be talking when the mouth is full.Well done.
    Blessings,Ruth

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  10. Beautiful photos Eileen and wonderful timing.

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  11. Fabulous shots! That egret's appetite will be satisfied for some time, I think :-)

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  12. That's an amazing sequence of the egret eating. Great shots.

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  13. Gulp!!!!! That egret is enjoying his dinner... Great pictures, Elieen. I'd much rather see an egret eating a snake than to see some pictures I saw last week on a blog of a snake eating some kind of big bird (Australia)... GAG!!!

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  14. Nice pics. :) Any bird that gets rid of snakes is okay by me!

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  15. Terrific capture! He is having a great big lunch.

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  16. Greetings from Juneau, AK!
    Eileen, these are great shots. I love bird watching. I've never seen this type of bird in real life. They sure are fascinating.

    Yes, the glacier on my header is the Mendenhall Glacier.:)
    Have a great day!

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  17. what a lot of egrets. In New Zealand, In Maori, they are called KOTUKU. My office is bname KOTUKU room. Even has a picture so the kids know where to go.

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  18. Wonderful captures...all of them. And, snack time is the best time!

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  19. Fantastic capture, and beautiful photos!

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  20. Nice! How fun to watch him eat!

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  21. Wow...that is one long meal. Fantastic to be able to capture it.. Great post for Nature Notes..Thank you...Michelle

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  22. Oh wow! What a great capture! Lucky you to have been in the right place at the right time for that one.

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  23. what a hungry bird! Excellent captures!

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  24. What great catches!
    Lucky you to be there at the right time to capture this :)!

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  25. No WAY! That's incredible that you caught that. It doesn't seem like it would be that common. Am I wrong? I'm really impressed!

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  26. Great set of photos! It always amazes me how much those birds can get down all at once.

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  27. Excellent photos of the Great Egret! He surely has found a big enough meal to keep him full for a while.

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  28. I love it when a photographer captures an experience like that. Very cool!

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  29. Great capture Eileen! Nature in all its glory.

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