Woods Country Cove

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Saturday, September 24, 2011

STAGES OF FLIGHT

These photos are from the day I was out in the field taking photos of butterfly’s. I was just about to leave and I heard this strange noise coming towards me. I looked up and there it was a beautiful  Blue Herring. I didn't have time to adjust my camera and he was quite a ways away from me but I took the chance  anyways and snapped like crazy following him as he was passing me by.

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                                           These big birds are soo graceful in flight.

I may have to get a new camera as I have been noticing on my photos now that there are pixel spots and there isn't anything that can be done to get rid of them . Its a shame cause I do like my Nikon D60 it has served me well but I am looking at getting the Nikon D 3100 .

                                  Until next time hope you all have a wonderful day !

                                                           COUNTRY GAL

7 comments:

Pat said...

These are great shots! And if I scroll down quickly, it looks like a film of him flying! I, too, have a Nikon D60. I would LOVE to upgrade, but there's moola involved! *wink*

Gail said...

Great capture...I have tried so many times to get a Blue in flight. Wonderful success.

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Your pictures, as always are wonderful!! There was a beautiful Egret standing in the road yesterday when I was coming home--Of course I didn't have my camera...

I hope you're enjoying your weekend!!

fernvalley01 said...

Beautiful photos! Sorry to hear your camera is giving you troubles

Anonymous said...

They sure are a lot more graceful in the air then on the ground. More than once have I seen one crash land, lol.

Crystal from Ranchriding

Julie Marie said...

Hi there and thanks so much for visiting me tonight!... What fabulous photos!... I just love taking pictures of Nature, and yours are so beautiful!... xoxo Julie Marie

Lorilee said...

Great photo! Sorry your camera is giving you trouble!
Blessings,
Lorilee