Another extensive look at the variety of life in the Everglades this week. I want to put the viewer in the scene with me. I want you to experience what I’m seeing through my lens as if though you were there. Join me in the Everglades.
Two views of birds hunting ( A tricolored heron in breeding plumage and a blue heron)
Two views of a raccoon (swimming and feeding among the mangroves)
Two views of trees (red and white mangroves, and bald cypress)
Two views of birds hunting (an osprey and an anhinga)
Two views of shore grasses (and a blackbird)
Two views of the gawky wood stork
Two views of flora and fauna
Two views of a white egret
Two views of lesser seen birds (a night heron and a baby blue heron)
Two views of rarer sightings (a rabbit on Pavilion Key, a stingray awaiting the tide to return)
these are beautiful
another beautiful set of images – thanks!
Appreciate that Chas!
I agree! What a place!
totally beautiful. so enjoyed seeing these pics. Thanks. XOXO – Bacon
Thanks so much!
Getting addicted to the “two views”…. oh, wait! … Getting addicted to your photos and points of view.
It was Sam Abell who gave me the idea for two views, but I hope you do get addicted to my photos, I love sharing them!
As always lovely photos! I love the one of the osprey with the fish in his talons. Nice capture.
Thanks f-stop mama!