Moment in Time ~ Fly Over


9/25/2014
5:48 p.m. 
Headed straight for my neighbor's pond..
I guess mine wasn't big enough! 

40 comments:

  1. HI Terri Get a bigger pond. it would be wonderful to have these lovely birds land in your garden. Have a great weekend.

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  2. Perfect formation, and lovely in every way. Cheers,Jean

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  3. Excellent shot of birds in flight.

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  4. It's great that you caught them in motion. Love both shots.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  5. You could probably let them go to your neighbor's pond, because as I recall they leave a lot of droppings there.

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  6. Isn't it amazing how they know to do that?

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  7. i love the way their feet are pointed, like ballet dancers. so beautiful

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  8. Fantastic photography of the beautiful birds 'in flight' ! Wow!

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  9. Beautifully caught in flight. What a lovely sight they must have been.

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  10. Lovely shot of the Egrets, thanks for sharing :)

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  11. Great shot!! In the first shot - I thought they were Canadian Geese. But the close up shows they're a type of heron or stork????? Instead of a long black neck- those are long black legs!!
    Appreciate the close up!!

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  12. Great shots - I hate to sound stupid, but what are they? Graceful for sure.

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  13. Wow, very cool sighting of the egrets! Wonderful flight shots.. Thank you for linking up, enjoy your weekend!

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  14. Wow!!! Just plain WoW!! I so love these fly overs you've shared.

    And even tho, I'm in Hootin' Anni's Admin, I was to add a big huge thank you for linking up this weekend with I'd Rather B Birdin'!!

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  15. Lovely! Maybe the herons think fishing is better at your neighbors!

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  16. Really beautiful. Love the colors in these photos!

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  17. We don't have such beautiful birds flying over here, just Canada geese honking as they go. Beautiful formation!

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  18. It always makes my heart soar when I see a "V" of birds winging overhead.

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  19. Fantastic shots. Never seen that many herons at one time.

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  20. I'm back...
    Thanks for sharing your link today at I'd Rather B Birdin'!!

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  21. Those are egrets? Beautiful colors. Nice catch.

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  22. Magic to see the V shape when they are flying.

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  23. Hehe! Who knows why some ponds get more birds than others?!!

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  24. They are gorgeous Terri! The light is beautiful!!!

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  25. They look like they have GPS installed!

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  26. Wow!!! I've never seen so many together at once! Great photos!

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