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Missus blue heron takes the branch from hubby. He knows his job, and he’s good at it. But designing the crib is her job. Alton Baker area of Eugene, Oregon. February 2009.
family, funny pose, great blue heron, herons, nature, oregon, waterfowl, winter
Sure did, Chuck. Wish you were out there with me! There was a little action, not a huge amount, but hubby coming home with the branch was real cute. Just as I was getting ready to leave (already my lunch hour was over), I heard the kingfisher. It landed on the fence, and then moved to a branch. I had to aim through the tree branches to get it, and then really lucked out on the shot when it took off flying. I didn’t go out today, Thursday, because of meetings and urgent translation jobs at the office.
– Kenneth Haley
AWESOME SHOT. THERE’S NOT TOO MUCH OF THIS IN MY AREA OF FLORIDA. I REALLY ENJOY YOU AND MARVIN’S PHOTOS. KEEP THEM COMIN.
Love it, great set of images, Ken! Dee
A wonderful capture – fabulous!!!!!
Congratulations – This ART is Featured in the All Oregon GroupDave Dennis & Debbie
fatastic shot, very crisp congrats to you.
Congrats on your feature, Ken! Dee
My! My! Ken, you got featured on this great shot. Congratulation on a job well done. ~Chuck
Looks like we share the same feature page! Congrats to you, too, Chuck!
Congradulations on the Feature…!!! Exceptionaly well done. Most males do know their roll.
Thanks, Joe. We sure do, don’t we? Or we better. Another Lane County photographer! Have you seen Chuck Gardner’s work? He lives in Veneta