A few more of my favourite reflection photos of recent times.
A Little Egret fishing at RSPB Tichwell last December.
Great Crested Grebes courting at a local reservoir.
Black Guillemots in Oban Harbour.
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
Just one more photo, Redshanks at sunset with shadows and reflections. It's one of my wife's favourites and was taken on the River Deben at Woodbridge on the way home at the end of a day out.
In reply to TJS:
That is just perfect, the light, the silhouetting and the orange hue of the sunset. I'm jealous. ;)
Flickr Peak Rambler
Trawling through my old photos I found this one I'd completely forgotten I'd taken.
A bittern at Minsmere (I've never seen them anywhere else), during a period from October 2018 through the winter when they where showing themselves in the open on a regular basis. They've since re-read their behaviour manual and gone back to being largely shy and elusive.
Nowt exciting, but to breathe a little life back into this thread, mid-morning spring shadows....
(and an excuse to play with the new 17-40mm lens )
A proper reflection photo at long last, after almost a year of missing out!
Canada goose reflecting on life....
A lovely reflection of a lovely bird
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