So much to see, so little time…
oooh: me likee mucho!
Love these….it looked like the pelicans were walking to work none too happy. “Hi ho, Hi ho…it’s off to work we go.” These were marvelous. Thanks again for sharing.
I’ve got a pic of a pelican sitting on the bow as though he were the Captain. So funny. I’m glad you enjoyed the pics. Thanks so much for stopping in and commenting. 🙂
Great photos… If I have to pick a favorite, I say the red dragon fly shot.
I was thinking about you when posting that one. I thought you might like it. I took that pic while being swarmed by mosquitoes. I didn’t think I was steady enough while shooting it. So happy it turned out okay.
🙂 I am nuts about photos of life in the wild. Photography can be hard work, as your mosquitoes experience demonstrates. Thanks much for sharing…
Yes it can be, but happy work too. Thanks so much for enjoying these with me.
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These are fantastic. I love the dragonfly. I would love to be able to capture one like that. Maybe next summer
Thanks! That came out better than I expected. These were all from Rockport, TX on the Gulf coast. The opportunities for nature photography there are tremendous. We love visiting there.
I can imagine. With life there like that, I would love to as well. There is somewhere near here, but with my back, I can’t get to it. I did at the beginning of the year, and then could barely move for three days afterwards, and only slowly for a week more. Wouldn’t have been so bad if I had managed to get some decent photos, but the only life there was cows and sheep. No birds or insects
Shey and I found out how out of shape we were while taking these shots. Each day in Toronto, we’d find a park and hike all day, returning exhausted. By the end of our trip, we needed a vacation from our vacation!
I hope you find a place with more accessible wildlife. I can’t wait to see the pics when you do.
Thank you 🙂
Seriously cool photos!
Thank you very kindly, sir!
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