Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Outdoors/Wordless Wednesday




For more Wordless Wednesday, see HERE.

For Outdoor Wednesday hosted by Susan at A Southern Dreamer, see HERE

I have a few more of these that I plan on posting Saturday, 01/12/13 for Saturday Snapshot hosted by Alyce at At Home With Books. I hope you get a chance to visit then.


Okay, I don't mind posing once.

 

Maybe if I hunker down, she'll put that camera away.

 





31 comments:

  1. Handsome fellow, but yes, watch that beak!

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  2. Great photos, Kate! I don't know if a Floridian such as yourself can relate to my WW this week, but I'm sure Pudgy would approve. My Wordless Wednesday ;-)

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  3. Love the caption in that last one! And such a great close-up of his face! I used to see herons on my bus ride to and from school each day when I was growing up (the 9 mile road ran parallel to a slough & creek). I miss seeing them.

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  4. These are so cute and your captions are perfect!

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  5. I can't believe he let you get so close. Cool!

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    1. There was a fisherman at the end of the boardwalk and the heron was so intent on watching his line, he didn't mind us creeping up on him. Some fishermen feed the herons so they are not too afraid of anyone getting close as long as they don't appear too threatening or are noisy.

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  6. WOnderful shots! Thanks for the comment on my blog, too!

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  7. Terrific shots Kaye! He was quite a poser! Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  8. Hello Kaye, love your shots! Thanks for stopping by :D.

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  9. Great photos Kaye!

    Hope you are having a great week! =)

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  10. A great photo of a super fine fellow. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. We have so many of these little guys around here, and they are indeed beautiful. They always seem to be hanging out around the golf course, but sometimes they are in my neighborhood too!

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  12. Haha! I love that last pic. He does look a little menacing. :)

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  13. Love your pics. Blue Herons are such pretty birds!

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  14. Beautiful photos, a delicious bird.

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  15. nice series and a great close up. Hope you was careful. :)

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  16. Cool shots of the Great Blue Heron Kaye. Love that crouching shot!

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  17. SUPER close up of the beak!!!

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  18. So how much did you have to pay him for this photo shoot? Great shots!

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  19. Nice herons - I could watch this type of bird for ages.

    Cheers and thanks for lining to WBW.

    Stewart M - Melbourne

    PS: a link back to WBW would be good, but I could have missed it!

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  20. They are funny that way, aren't they;') Very pretty!

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  21. Wonderful pictures...I think herons are such awesome birds!

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  22. Kaye,

    Thanks for coming by my blog and commenting. These are certainly wonderful photos. We visited Florida about five years ago and visited the Everglades. One of the most amazing photos I got was of an Anhinga with its wings outstretched...beautiful birds.

    Yael from Home Garden Diggers

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  23. Bahahaha! I loved the caption that you added to that photo! I loved them all and thought they were great shots!

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  24. Great shots!!! Thanks for your visit at my blog =)

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