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I was lucky to get more than one shot of this heron as it landed in the frame. this time it looked the other way, then flew off. Taken at Jost van Dyke, BVI, at sunset with Nikon D80, f16, one second exposure.
334 Views – 19 April 2012. Featured : The Birds, Silouette, Silouettes, Tropical, Just Fun, Absolute Clarity.

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  • yampy
    yampyover 3 years ago

    just stunning

    the heron and the colours in the sky are awesome

  • thanks so much yampy

    – Leon Heyns

  • virginian
    virginianover 3 years ago

    Still beautiful!

  • Thank you so much.

    – Leon Heyns

  • DeeZ (D L Honeycutt)
    DeeZ (D L Hone...over 3 years ago

    Fabulous! Instant fav for me =D

  • thank you for your fave, I appreciate it and am honored that people are enjoying my work, Leon.

    – Leon Heyns

  • Yukondick
    Yukondickover 3 years ago

    Stunning shot. Would even be great without the Heron

  • Thank you.

    – Leon Heyns

  • Margaret Stevens
    Margaret Stevensover 3 years ago

    Wonderful colour in the sky! An expert capture.

  • Thank you, one cannot help but wonder which one is better, but must look at each different.

    – Leon Heyns

  • Josh Gudde
    Josh Guddeover 3 years ago

  • Thanks so much, I am honored.

    – Leon Heyns

  • francesca47
    francesca47over 3 years ago

    stunning shot!!

  • Thanks so much francesca.

    – Leon Heyns

  • Vicki Spindler (VHS Photography)
    Vicki Spindler...over 3 years ago

    Gorgeous work!!!! :))))))))))))))))))))))))))

  • Thanks Vicki, you may also enjoy Heron Sunset

    – Leon Heyns

  • Megan Noble
    Megan Nobleover 3 years ago

    Sweet capture!

  • Thanks Megan, sorry for the late reply.

    – Leon Heyns

  • rjcolby
    rjcolbyover 3 years ago

    Cool heron sunset silhouette. Kind of the bird to stay still for the shot. When fishing, those usually are still for long periods, but other times it’s a short visit…

  • Thanks for stopping by rj.

    – Leon Heyns

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