When this bird gets a little older there may be work on Broadway. Did you use a tripod?
HiGreat to see! That's life...Funny, Grace and I started one as well and will be adding to it weekly. www.taosphotoguide.blogspot.comAll the best!g&g
Scott...how is life treating you?
Wonderful to see how grace is imbedded in the DNA of such creatures and that you were there to witness it. Cheers, Joanne
Just how do you do it time and time again, John. My sincere congratulations! I hope you can post your magnificent creature collection in one place. Un abrazo fuerte! Raynold
How breathtakingly graceful they are! Thanks, John, for reminding us to slow down and appreciate the beauty around us.
Those are amazing pictures John. Makes me very sad though when I think of the migratory cranes on the lake outside our property that are being shot indiscriminately by the nari koruvas and nobody will listen to me. Mallika
Thank you for sharing these photos, which immediately made me think of your recent photos of Indian dancers. Balletic photography! It's all a feast for my eyes. Mira
truly artistic...acrobatic moments captured by an artist with an eye for the aesthetic, the appealing and an ardent appreciation and passion for all things natural...you are the best. love, email@example.com
It is also known as cattle egrate???
A great dance. A terrific sequence. Almost like watching a movie. It's a wonderful, humerous nature story. How fast was it shot? Very sharp.
If we could all balance life's events so delicately... And have someone like John Isaac capture it!!
Wow, what a series