A Greater Yellowlegs hunting.
I was quite fascinated with how it was making a large dimple in the water from the waters surface tension.
This entry was posted on 2014/09/07 by Robin. It was filed under Birds, Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary, Shorebirds .
A beautiful shot, Robin.
2014/09/07 at 10:59 pm
2014/09/07 at 11:16 pm
Lovely shot. I find that so often I may be wanting the bird in a picture,but end up liking the water patterns just as much.
2014/09/08 at 2:23 am
Ruth, thanks! I quite often feel that way too! I think stopping water motion is quite interesting!
2014/09/08 at 2:39 am
Hello Robin! I found my way here through Torque’s reblog of your post. Oh my, your photography is amazing! It is right up my alley. Cannot get enough of the beauty that surrounds me. Clearly, you feel the same way. Cheers, Margie
2014/09/09 at 1:18 am
Magpie, thank you very much! You’re welcome here anytime!
2014/09/09 at 1:38 am
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