Crazy Light Morning

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4 Responses to Crazy Light Morning

  1. NH Gardener says:

    I ran into that weird light the other day. Flat.
    You still got some great shots of the egret though!

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      After a rainy night the grass even looked an odd shade of green, in places almost a vivid color when the sun popped out now and then. It was good to see the Egrets had returned. Thank You…

  2. ellen says:

    Yes, the Egret’s shots are strikingly beautiful. How long is it before premature eagles begin to pair up? Just curious. And are the juveniles wrestling over stick, an eventual pair or just still juvies having fun/learning experience? I could google and maybe see, but I don’t need an encyclopedia answer. Just curious.

    • Jim says:

      Ellen,
      Thank You, all white subjects can be striking. Eagles pair up in the summer and early fall best I can tell. I think the juveniles in the last few shots are around a year old. Kids playing with a stick is the way it seemed watching them chase around…

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