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    A Great Egret takes off from the marsh as I paddled through the reeds. This one was tolerant and let me get pretty close before he took off.

    Ania Tuzel Photography - Summer break, and 12 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Ania Tuzel Photography - Summer break 61 months ago | reply

      beautiful catch!. The contrast between the bird and the background is excellent.!!

    2. WanaM3 61 months ago | reply

      How grand is that. Very nice isolation on the egret and a tremendous job on all of the white plumage which is always tough to get right. Now let's talk about those wings, which are the icing on the cake for this capture. Tremendous details. I also like the hint of the reds in the foreground. Gracefully captured.

    3. jfelege 61 months ago | reply

      Wonderful in flight photo! I seem to have zero luck with Egrets, they always take off before I can get close enough to get a decent photo of them. I also like you can see the drips of water coming off the legs... great detail!

    4. Gator 5 61 months ago | reply

      Egret Season, no doubt!
      And this is a really really good one. It takes years to learn how to expos --wait. That's just me...never mind--- Hey! Great exposure!

    5. Bruce Bugbee 61 months ago | reply

      Beautiful capture, Luke.

    6. keeva999 61 months ago | reply

      A gorgeous capture, Luke! Love those huge wings, and you caught some nice light on his head!

    7. Photography by Versfeld 61 months ago | reply

      well timed, and patience rewarded!

    8. cannalilylady 61 months ago | reply

      So lush and elegantly beautiful.

    9. JoshuaDV 61 months ago | reply

      You nailed this one!

    10. Thom Sheridan 61 months ago | reply

      Great reactions to catch that!

    11. luckyshotCT 61 months ago | reply

      Luke - Great capture!

    12. ^i^heavensdarkangel2 61 months ago | reply

      wonderful angelic wings ....
      this is marvelous my talented friend
      blessings 2 u & urs

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