Saturday, May 31, 2014

Saturday Critters ~ 26 ~

Our resident Great Blue Heron is back at Godfrey Lake.

 April 26th was the first time I saw him this year,

of course, I have been stalking him...

 I saw him again on May 20th...
I took 52 pictures that all look just like this...

I think he's over it...

already bored with my antics!!

I am super excited to be joining in with Eileen over at
for Saturday Critters.
Stop by and consider joining in, any critter will do!
 

32 comments:

  1. Wonderful shots, Debbie! One of my favorites! They're fun to watch.

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  2. Gorgeous captures. I love the head/blue feathers!

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  3. Debbie, awesome series on the Great Blue Heron! They make a good subject for your photos.. Thank you for linking up to the critter party.. Have a happy weekend!

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  4. He's gorgeous, Debbie! Keep it up...he won't mind! :-)

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  5. Debbie wonderful crane shots for SC ~ love the blue color ~ Happy Weekend ~ xoxo

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  6. They're a very impressive bird and super pictures too.

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  7. such sharp photos! love his/her colors, too!

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  8. Great photos! I love all the water reflections around him. And he is SO blue! I've never seen one in real life. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Beautiful!

    Thanks for sharing; I don't think I've ever seen one. :)

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  10. What a wonderful bird and beautiful shots !!
    Debbie, I wish you a great weekend :)

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  11. What a beautiful bird Debbie!!He's adorable!Great shots!!Wonderful pictures!!Have a happy weekend!
    Dimi...

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  12. Fabulous photos! It's a beautiful bird.

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  13. Good monitoring, Debbie. The Blue Heron is beautiful!
    good week.
    kisses.

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  14. Well, you can never take too many photos of such a beautiful critter as this! Lovely shots Debbie.

    This is the first year there have been orioles at my feeders. I saw them in the neighbour's yard last fall.

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  15. He is so elegant and beautiful Debbie, Did you follow me across the bridge today? Were you brave enough? Have a wonderful weekend.

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  16. How funny that his neck starts out crooked and as he gets more, uh, done with having his picture taken, it is ramrod straight

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  17. He's stunning when he's not "bored" with the camera. What fun shots. No wonder you stalk him.

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  18. The great blue heron is beautiful!!

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  19. What a gorgeous blue -- lucky bird. Your stalking doesn't seem to perturb him one bit!

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  20. Beautiful photos. I love the colors. Thanks for sharing.

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  21. Boy, that first picture is a really BLUE heron!

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  22. Wow! Those are fantastic shots! Did you know that plastic blue herons are the new pink flamingos? I didn't - and out for a drive one day I made a quick u turn and snapped about 10 photos before I realized it hadn't moved a muscle. - lol! Yours is sooooooooo much better!

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  23. Wow Beautiful shots.One of these lovely guys flew up out of the cranberry bogs while I was trotting along in the pony cart the other day ~ oops Pony thought it was quite spooky and well the short version is the cart is now broken.

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  24. he's a handsome dude. They won't stand still for me.

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  25. 52?!! I would laugh except or the fact it sounds exactly like ME! :)

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  26. Just beautiful pictures of this one. You always get the best shots.
    Thanks for sharing the beauty you see.
    Blessings and hugs!

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  27. He must have been looking for you for a long time.

    So much so that his neck is stretched so long.

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  28. So beautiful - that head feather and brilliant blue... very stalkable :D)

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  29. He really is a handsome fella, Debbie, and I think he likes to be photographed too!

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  30. I love great blues; glad you spotted and shared him. He was posing quite beautifully at first. (Know just what you mean by having lots of shots looking exactly the same... I do the same thing.)

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