GWE's

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Here are some Great White Egrets from Tuesday 4/10/07 At the Edwin B. Forsythe NWR. Some in breeding colors.


#1

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#5 I think lunch went down the wrong pipe. :wink:

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#6 A few gags later

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#7 After a drink and a few shakes, all is better

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Bill
 
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So nice, we woke up to an inch of snow and ice. Followed up by three inches rain in a lovely 38 degrees. I badly need the nice shots.
 
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Well done!

I saw a GWE do the same gag-thingy last summer after scarfing down an 8 inch crawish - methinks the craw-dad had not been tenderized enough and it was still "alive and pinching" in the gullet...
 
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Very nice series Bill. #3 is my favorite because of the flight shot and composition. I see your highlights are going a little hot, might want to try a -.33 exposure comp for these white birds. Well done.

Jose
 
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Excellent set
Thanks Harry!

Well done!

I saw a GWE do the same gag-thingy last summer after scarfing down an 8 inch crawish - methinks the craw-dad had not been tenderized enough and it was still "alive and pinching" in the gullet...
I don't know what it ate, but I can only assume it was more than a mouthful.
Thanks Nick!

Very nice series Bill. #3 is my favorite because of the flight shot and composition. I see your highlights are going a little hot, might want to try a -.33 exposure comp for these white birds. Well done.

Jose
Thanks Jose!
It looked good in the camera, and for no other reason than a brain fart I didn't think to look at the highlights.:rolleyes:

Bill
 
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