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Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Among the Pilings

The slough in Birch Bay has very old pilings - covered in mussels
And often with a Great Blue Heron wading in the water - waiting to pick up some lunch

Reflections
Maybe better fishing over there.

9 comments:

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

They are beautiful birds and that's a pretty setting for photos. One flew over me going towards the pond last night when I walked. They look neat flying with their heads pulled in so that their neck is curved. Enjoy your day sweet friend. Hugs, Diane

Latane Barton said...

the reflections are the best!! Great pictures/

Marigene said...

Awesome photos, JoAnn! I love seeing Great Blue Herons, they are elegant. We have a few I see around here from time to time.
Have a great week.

J said...

I am struck by what a rich value scale your photo describes! It's an example of how a monochromatic scheme relaxes!

Karen S. said...

Mr. Somebody, you are a pretty sight to see today!

Maggie said...

Lovely reflections and he stood so still for you!

Kay said...

I don't seem to tire of seeing great blue herons. These are very nice.

Small City Scenes said...

Great shots. Glad the Heron stuck around for you to get all these shots. MB

Powell River Books said...

We saw our heron at the cabin a few weeks ago. It's been the only sighting since last fall. Maybe it has been nesting in a distant area. - Margy