Category: Nature Photography
Posted: July 13, 2019

Tricolored Heron Reflection

Radiant Reflection

by ABG Photography

Reflections Photo Contest Contest Entry 
One of my favorite, colorful birds was wading in the canal, looking for small fish to catch. This is one of our "locals" the Tricolored Heron. Often mistaken for a Little Blue Heron, they are easily distinguished by the white line of feathers that run down its long neck. Our canal has brackish water, a mix of fresh and salt water, so a large number of fish and birds live here. For the most part, the birds all seem to be used to people, and especially me (according to the neighbors - they all complain that all the wildlife comes to me...LOL), since I spend a lot of time outdoors either photographing them or working in my garden. Taken with my Canon EOS 60D, focal length - 300mm, ISO 500, F-Stop 7.1, exposure 1/400 sec., no tripod, no flash
Post Type: Photography
Mixed Media: None Shot, increased saturation, increased exposure a little, sharpened and resized to meet FAR submission requirements.

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