Heron portrait

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    A full-frame portrait of this very cooperative great blue heron taken in October at Bothin Marsh.

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    1. kevansunderland 106 months ago | reply

      Wonderful head shot of a great bird !!!

    2. Nikographer [Jon] 106 months ago | reply

      Urban / busy parks can make all the difference in the world, and a juv bird helps too (not sure if this is a juv or not, don't see much 'tassle').

    3. Abizeleth 106 months ago | reply

      Herons are one of my favorite birds - great portrait!

    4. AuLux (busy) 106 months ago | reply

      Beautiful portrait! The detail visible against a complimentary background is excellent.

    5. ~ Bron ~ 106 months ago | reply

      Wow, top notch shot! Beautiful creature.

    6. raineys 106 months ago | reply

      gorgeous in that beautiful light!

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Spectacular Animals (Invite Only), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    7. Fort Photo 106 months ago | reply

      Fantastic clarity, can't beat a cooperative subject! ;-)

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    8. elio de stefani. 106 months ago | reply

      Fantastico scatto!!!
      +++++++++++++

    9. natalija2006 106 months ago | reply

      Beautiful shot!

      Seen in Ultimate birds

    10. Supriya & Subharghya 106 months ago | reply

      WOW !! Very well composed !!! Beautiful !!!

    11. digitalART2 106 months ago | reply

      Love GBH's-this is excellent Pat!

    12. Ed Schneider 106 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous light and BG, nice sharp portrait - congrats!

    13. Ryan J Murphy 106 months ago | reply

      beautiful light and bokeh!

    14. tinyfishy (Home Again) 106 months ago | reply

      Sweet light and yet you did not over expose the white. Well done.

    15. full quartz [deleted] 95 months ago | reply

      Beautiful portrait!

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