Wild and Wordless




linking to Wild Bird Wednesday and Wordless

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  1. aren't they gorgeous?! :)

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  2. Great serie of photos, lovely heron!

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    1. ...they were all over the feeder channel that empties into the bay this morning. Thanks Hans

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  3. Anni I'm beginning to sound like a broken record....BUT oh my word these are beautiful and the framing around them just perfect.
    hugs Madi and Mom

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  4. Wonderful shots Anni!
    Love this header.

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  5. Beautiful series!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  6. Lovely series Anni. Such elegant birds.

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  7. Great photos. I especially like the lighting you have captured in the first two photos.

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    1. ...with the sunlight on 'em. Ya, me too. Thanks Mick.

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  8. Wonderful and great photos...

    Greetings from Germany

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  9. Pretty captures of the Egrets, Anni!

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  10. Wow, that long neck in the last picture almost looks surreal! Great pictures, Anni! I really enjoy these birds. :-)

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    1. ...I agree, it boggles my mind. And then, this long neck, how they can twist and turn it around their body while preening is a part of nature that also astounds me.

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  11. Great photos Anni!

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  12. Enjoyed these pictures.

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  13. A magnificent bird, Anni. And well shot by you. I am finally making the rounds again!!

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    1. ...long time no see. Glad you enjoyed the images today Chuck.

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  14. I think they are so gorgeous and elegant looking - just stopping by to say hello. sandie

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    1. ...Well, hello backatcha Sandie!! Nice to see you drop by to visit with me. Glad you enjoyed the egret photos.

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  15. lol....that was actually WORDLESS! I wasn't expecting that! I guess I'll have to think of my own captions!

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    1. ...after reading about your couches, I would think having something with beauty and calming would make you feel better!

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  16. Not wordless for ME! Huge, tall, majestic, snowy, impressive, awesome!!!

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    1. Phew!!!! Ginny, your words are so very descriptive. I like how you interpret these egrets!

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  17. Simply, serenely, stunningly gorgeous-

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    1. ...thanks Shelly. I just read your post at La Tejana, and I do hope you're feeling better today!!! Take it easy.

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  18. Don't you love it when they stretch their necks like that?

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    1. ...to think of the muscles used to keep the neck upright like that?!!!

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  19. oh my word, breathtaking series of photos! birds are very hard to photograph...well done:))
    he's gorgeous!

    thanks for sharing, dear anni.

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    1. ...thank you kindly Betty.

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  20. Sagenhaft schön liebe Anni.

    Herzliche Grüße von Mathilda ♥

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  21. I agree with everyone those are beautiful photos. I would love to see them in person. You are so blessed to have so many species of birds to watchl
    Hugs

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    1. ...and it's good for us to get out and traverse the trails and get into the open air. :o)

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  22. Beautiful series, Anni. They are such graceful creatures.

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  23. Gorgeous. I never realized what long necks they have

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    1. ...they do have long ones!! To be sure.

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  24. Fantastic series. They look so snowy white!

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  25. Beautiful series on the egret.

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  26. Magnificent birds! Great photos!

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    1. ...thanks Karin. How have you been doing?

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  27. these are good looking birds - herons are a bit of a world bird - not too many places where you cant see them.

    The cat on the hot time roof was what I was getting at with my label!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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    1. ...thanks Stewart. Yep, that is the first thing I thought of...'cat on a hot tin roof'. :o)

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  28. My little friend Brittany, does Community Service at the Monte Casino Bird Park. I have to show her these photographs!

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    1. Hoping Brittany will enjoy the photos!! :o)

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