They blend so well with the background, it's amazing that you were able to bring out there definition.
I love the sandhill cranes - they are so huge both in the sky and on the ground! They're loud, particular honking, is unforgettable.You have to have a good eye to spot these guys as they blend in to the surroundings so well!
Oh my - - - you photos are exquisite, mine are just "for fun." But I'm so glad you found my blog and have left me comments. I'm a blogging machine - - - it is my hobby and keeps me sane in the difficult days that life has a way of dealing out to us.Also - - - I'm a commenter, so you'll be hearing from me often.Sand Hill Cranes - - - aren't they wonderful? We've just returned from WI and our vacation there, where we DID get to see several Sand Hill Cranes. I only have a simple point and shoot digital camera, so didn't capture any for my blog - - - but we WATCH for them and get excited about seeing them.We DID see bears - - - glory be! And loons and eagles and hawks and lots of deer and a fox. Glad to have you visiting my blog - - - but please don't expect my photos to be on a par with yours!!!Of course - - - you don't write much, so maybe I've "got" you there. Hehehehehehe
An brilliant shot of those elegant birds.
These are truly amazing images Stephen. Thank you for dropping by my blog. I'll be back here to see your wonderful photography.Cal x
Maravilhosas fotos. Parabéns! Abraços. Cleo
Great photos, great blog...just found you.
LOVE this birds! They are often in our yard. Amazing! Beautiful pic!
I've never seen any of these! Thank you for the exposure. hee hee
These are beautiful birds. They look so 'stately'.I am housebound now, so taking wildlife photos for me is confined to a stray butterfly or bird, spider, etc. Being so, your photos are doubly special to me.
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