Tuesday Captures

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4 Responses to Tuesday Captures

  1. NH Gardener says:

    I’m glad you’re seeing some sunshine there!
    Great shots!

  2. ellen says:

    Bright skies sure do bring out the beautiful color patterns on the variety of birds in this batch of photos. Each shot magazine worthy. I’m loving the mornings too, where the moon is still up as the sun has brightened the sky here. The Buffleheads are the most fascinating, though I always love the Cormorants with their striking blue eyes. And of course, the Eagle pair still preparing the nest, and the Pelicans’ splashes are always great.

    • Jim says:

      Ellen,
      The bright skies so welcome after all the rain. Funny how some days timing is right and you catch a nice variety and others nothing about. Thank You for the compliment. The buffleheads have a sort of luminescence in the male head feathers. Light angle showing greens and purples against the large white patch. I too enjoy the jewel like eyes of the cormorants. That eagle pair has young now. Still too small to be seen over the nest edge. Feeding them each morning but unable to see the little ones so not sure how many. The pelicans having trouble finding a lot to eat in the flooding waters it look like…

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