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Guest blog by Shuey from Niceville, Florida. You may remember his popular guest post of the handsome Barred Owl.
I like both pairs of photographs. Majestic birds. Thanks, Shuey.
Snowy Egret or Blue Heron?
Shuey wrote Saw the Snowy Egret standing tall out on the lake by our house as I drove home, so . . . grabbed my camera and went back. Still there.
While shooting the Great Egret, the Blue Heron splashed down right in front of me. Beautiful. Just had to share them with someone.
Best wishes for the new year,
PS: Of each pair of photos, which do you like best. I would appreciate your opinion.
Fellow blogger Sylvia https://anotherday2paradise.wordpress.com/2016/01/02/wpc-circle-circles-from-around-the-world/posts gorgeous Bird photos of Egrets and Shuey’s reminded me of her bird photography.
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1. to rise, leap, or move suddenly and swiftly: a tiger about to spring.
2. to be released suddenly from a constrained position: The door sprang open.
3. to issue forth suddenly or forcefully: Oil sprang from the well.
Or #4. Sparkling water sprang from the can. It sprung a leak.
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