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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Little Heron above the sea

Look at that picture, I took awhile the bird was flying. I couldn't help myself feel so excited however. This is amazing!! I might not good at taking picture though but I really feel satisfied and so much pleasure whenever I hold my camera and zoom it close to the subject am I going to shoot. That day the weather was quite gloomy and breezy. It was about to rain after awhile. Thank God that I've reached home when the rain came.
Another picture was this one.Do you see the white heron sit on the stick?





It caught up my eyes and didn't want to lose opportunity to shoot it. That's quite awesome and what I didn't understand why was that Heron sit over there on the stick. Just quietly stayed. I was wondering that if It couldn't fly up again or what. I wasn't sure if it purposely flew ad sit there endlessly.






And, still have a few pictures of Heron, well it was actually only one bird but I kept taking picture of it while it walked, so here we are..Hope you enjoy them :) 



The picture was close and really good :) . It was looking at my camera
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It walked continually, I had to follow it :D


And  it finally stopped on the small rock, wew.. I liked it so much. It was too bad that my camera couldn't managed to be zoomed any closer anymore, But I think this is quite much clear right? :D 



I really love to take picture though , just my time to go out is not very often, that's problem. But always, I will take more pictures whenever I'm outside the house :D .

1 comment:

  1. Really good pictures, I am amazed at your patience at capturing the birds as they never stay in one position to get a good shot. I like the one in which the bird is directly looking at the camera. I sometimes wonder how birds might feel flying out there through the clouds and breeze. I am sure that It would feel awesome to see the world through birds eyes.

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