Posted on September 19, 2013 by Catherine ArcolioSeeker Blue heron inhabits this world and the other. Like this:Like Loading...
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Enjoy your photo, however, I wonder if this is the same bird that tried to eat my Koi in my pond? Love the bird, but love my Koi, Ethel better.
I’ve been trying for years to get a picture of this one heron, but everytime I try, he evades me!!! lol He knows….and right when I want to take the pic, he takes off….even while watching two and their mating dance last week, they would fly up right when I was ready~! I think they are ethereal!! 🙂
I don’t think this picture is so much of the heron itself, but the reflection in the water and the curving nature of the background both above and in the water.
Oh, this is wonderful!!
I love the reflection in the water. So beautiful.
I always enjoy seeing photos of my favorite bird, the GBH!
I love your note: in this world and the other. I wonder if the heron knows he lives in both? Do they see their own reflection?
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Great Blue Herons are such beautiful, elegant birds.
Sorry, yes they do eat koi. Maybe in the other world they, and all other animals and humans, will be vegetarians…
Another thought for “Anonymous” — maybe if you arrange some good hiding places underneath rocks in your pond, Ethel will have more protection.
Great. Thanks for sharing.
nice mirror effect beebeesworld
Love the idea of the two worlds.
Beautiful. I love this one- the picture and poetic imagery.
I have only been able to catch ‘my’ blue heron at a distance…
I agree delightful ‘reflectiveness’ – which apparently isn’t a word, but should be!
This photo looks like a Monet painting. I love blue herons. We have quite a few here on the south shore of Nova Scotia.