Hey Frank,Flew said:Holy cow Harry!! This retirement in Florida thing is going way too well for you. You need to come up here a suffer just a little....
Thanks Mike. Boy its just about here. I can't wait!mike mac said:I will never look at frog legs in the same way again, fantastic look at the color on that heron... counting down the hours heck with the days.
Hey Frank,UncleFrank said:Very impressive work, Harry! What lens did you use?
daodang said:Hi Harry,
Very nice captures and great action sequence.
I don't know if yuu were a soldier serving in Vietnam bit if you were, thank you for helping us south Vietnameses fighting for freedom.
55 years in NYC, you must be a tough jungle fighter
Hey Gale,Gale said:Way to go Harry !!!
Thats to cool. Kinda gross, but hey they have to eat. That looks like a good size frog. One leg hanging out of it mouth. :>))
See ya in a few days. going to be fun.
Thank you very much Patrick.Patrick Bramlett said:HarryB,
First, thank you for your service to our country. I appreciate it very much.
Second, awesome Green Heron shots. I've never seen one eat a frog before.
Thanks for sharing,
Hi Gaye,GeeJay said:Hi Harry,
Those pictures are amazing :!:
You work wonders with the 80-400VR lens too. Do you usually use a monopod or tripod or do you do the wetlands handheld? I remember you used a tripod on Sanibel..You never seem to miss no matter how you take the picture...
Good job and I'll be looking for your pictures from this weekend's big photo shoot.