Photo taken in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, USA. Anhingas feathers are not waterproof and after fishing it is necessary for them to dry off.

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Camera: Nikon D3200
Lens: Nikon 70 – 300mm
ISO: 400

FEATURES
1. THE WORLD AS WE SEE IT OR AS WE MISSED IT – August 18, 2012.
2. EDITORS CHOICE – The World As We See it – August 19, 2012.
3. THE BIRDS – August 22, 2012.
4. FURRY FRIENDS FEATURES – August 30, 2012.

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birds, anhinga, wildlife, wings, nature, avian

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Comments

  • Renee Blake
    Renee Blakeabout 2 years ago

    Wow ! Great shot Kathy :))

  • Thank you so much Renee for your kind comment. It is well appreciated. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • AuntDot
    AuntDotabout 2 years ago

    Fantastic shot, Kathy!

  • Thank you so much Dot for your kind comment. It is well appreciated. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • George I. Davidson
    George I. Davi...about 2 years ago

    Must be in the cormorant family as they do the same thing. Great shot with spot on focus to show the details of those large wings after a fishing spell.

  • Thank you so muchGeorge for your kind comment. It is well appreciated. I’m not sure if the Anhinga and Commorant are related, but they both sure are entertaining to watch fish Thanks again. :) :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeabout 2 years ago

  • Thank you for accepting Audrey. I appreciate it. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • CanyonWind
  • Thank you very much Pops. I’m delighted and honored. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • Evita
    Evitaabout 2 years ago

    Excellent work… Congratulations Bird Photo Of The Week !
    The Editors Weekly Choice August 13th – 19th 2012
    *The World As We See It , or as we missed it Group*

  • Thank you for much Evita for this wonderful honor. It is so well appreciated. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • Samohsong
    Samohsongabout 2 years ago

    Love this capture Kathy and you answered a bird question of mine as I captured this sight playing golf at Sea Trail, NC this summer and could not find what kind of bird it was. ~Sam

  • Thanks so much Sam for the great comment and I’m happy to know I helped you out with identification. I just adore these magnificent birds. The are also called Snake Birds because of how they can twist their long necks in very strange positions. Thanks again my friend. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • Wayne Wood
    Wayne Woodabout 2 years ago

    Congratulations on having your image featured in the group “The Birds”.

  • Thank you so much Wayne for this wonderful compliment to my photography. It is so very much appreciated. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • imagetj
    imagetjabout 2 years ago

    Congrats on your feature

  • Thanks so much for stopping by to congratulate me Tee. Very much appreciated Dear. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • Trish Meyer
    Trish Meyerabout 2 years ago

    Classic capture Kathy !
    Congratulations Bird Photo Of The Week, The World As We See It , or as we missed it Group !

  • Thank you very much Trish for your taking time to congratulate me and for your kind comment. Much appreciated. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

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