Big for a Snow Bird by Kenneth Haley

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A great blue heron sails past uncommon snowbanks in the Alton Baker area of Eugene, Oregon. A blast of Arctic air blanketed the Pacific Northwest with snow and ice this week.

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  • MICKSPIXPHOTOS
    MICKSPIXPHOTOSalmost 6 years ago
    Beautiful action capture, Ken. Very nice work.
  • Chuck Gardner
    Chuck Gardneralmost 6 years ago
    Great flight shot, Ken. There where 50 egrets at Kirk Park this afternoon and 5 eagles at Richardson Park.
  • Thanks, Chuck. I was half expecting to see you at AB today. I thought about Kirk, but after dropping off my wife at the U of O (my school district gave us our second snow day in a row, but UO was open for business), I stopped by AB and there was a lot of good shooting. Really cold, though. The hooded mergansers were on the main canal, gave me some good looks.

    – Kenneth Haley

  • stacyrod
    stacyrodalmost 6 years ago

    beautiful capture, great color

  • Diane Schuster
    Diane Schusteralmost 6 years ago

    Magnificient shot, Ken!

  • Cheryl  Lunde
    Cheryl Lundealmost 6 years ago

    Magnificent capture. instant fave!

  • BluAlien
    BluAlienalmost 6 years ago

    Nice sharp image!

  • lorilee
    lorileealmost 6 years ago

    A wonderful capture!!!!!!! Very nice!

  • Carla Wick/Jandelle Petters
    Carla Wick/Jan...almost 6 years ago

    sweet…..we’ve 3 that winter here in my town…and we’ve been having a couple years of bad winters lately. those wing tip curves are just spectacular in this image Ken!

  • Carla Wick/Jandelle Petters
    Carla Wick/Jan...almost 6 years ago

    oooh…and the FEET!

  • Dennis Stewart
    Dennis Stewartalmost 6 years ago

    Another great picture – Dennis

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