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Sandhill Crane Adult

Sandhill Cranes Adult and Juvenile

Nikon D810| Nikkor 200-500mm @500mm| Hoodman Digital Film| PS CC 2018

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9 Comments

  1. Love these Deborah!

  2. Awesome

  3. We had Sandhill cranes that would come walking into our backyard in one of the towns in Florida that I lived in. Their call was pretty loud and while they were a beauty to stare at, they felt rather intimidating. These are awesome captures Deborah!

  4. Great shots, Deborah

  5. Great photos. I love watching birds like this walk around in search of a meal. I am always amazed at how fast and accurate they are once they spy something in the water. These photos make me feel a little warmer than the cold gray view outside.

  6. This is wonderful Deborah! I love the details and colors

  7. You know I love those fishing birds, Deborah, so I enjoyed these two quite a bit. Happy Wednesday.

    janet

  8. Wonderful Wednesday photos, Deborah! The definition is amazing. The second pic captures a lot of personality. I love the cranes (and herons too). I actually used some from Tim Price in my Thistledown serial. Hugs on the wing!


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