Wow, what a lovely respite. Blue heron in the middle photos?
awwwwwwwww, I love Reid Park.Wonderful photo today. Do you know what the red bird is ? The silhouette is very Kingfisher, but they are blue. I have several Cardinals in my yard again this spring and I love the bright red against the green.cheers, parsnip
Hi Brenda, I think the herons in pics 3 and 4 are black crowned night herons and the birds holding their wings open (pic 6) are some kind of cormorants.
Parsnip, the red one is a vermilion flycatcher. I've only see them at parks and schools, never in the wild.
You live in a land of great natural beauty. The colours are mesmerising.
I think this would be one reason for me to get up that early! :-)
A beautiful walk for Mothers Day. I was just in AZ, and it wasn't too hot - just right, in fact.
So beautiful and peaceful, the early morning light brought the best in your subjects. Glad you had wonderful early orning Mother's day walk.
something different. love the way you captured the light
Beautiful photographs, I like to spend the free time in such places:) I am greeting
Hello! Wonderful photos!
Warto było wcześnie wstać, aby zrobić takie śliczne zdjęcia. Pozdrawiam.It was worth getting up early to make such a beautiful picture. Yours.
beautiful light Diane!
What magical light in these shots.
Hello! Very beautiful photos!
So beautiful. Makes me want to go out early and see what I can find. The red/black bird is especially nice. Love the glow of light on the top of his head.
simply beautifully captured shots...lovely!
The birds were certainly enjoying the early morning light. And the duck and ducklings were reminding us of a mother's love.
Hello! Beautiful place!
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