An Egret a Day.. Keeps the squirts at bay…   50 comments

Well an Egret a day, they tell me, keeps the squirts at bay… and these are just a sample of what I’ve capture lately…

But a heron a day keeps the squirts at bay..

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Do you know why their feet are yellow ?? So they don’t bite their own feet under water… No they walked through yellow paint… or they like yellow socks…. who knows the answer…. I don’t…

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and this bloke can attest to the fact that a heron a day keeps the squirts at bay… or so he thought…

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What a capture Bulldog… who poops on their own door step ?? Only this guy, and right in my face too…

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Posted January 16, 2014 by bulldog in Photography

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50 responses to “An Egret a Day.. Keeps the squirts at bay…

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  1. The last picture…priceless! Thanks for a fun post. In a way, your words and images made us feel like we were there too. Exciting adventure with funny twists!

  2. I am hysterically laughing at the last shot which you nailed unintentionally or not! Too too funny! All of the shots are great!

  3. First off, love your header! :) I really did not know what to make of the title of this post until that last photo. What a great capture! :)

  4. What a lovely post, made me smile… wonderful photographs, especially the last one fascinated me. Thank you dear Rob, love, nia

  5. Hahaha…what an “action” shot.

  6. I love the bird pooping one – what an action shot! :D

  7. Fantastic shots as usual Rob and as usual you made me smile with the last photo. Excellent shot my friend. Thanks for sharing. :D *hugs*

  8. That final photo is just priceless! Talk about timing a photo. LOL! I so easily get herons and egrets confused, but they are wonderful birds. I love the orange feet! I do wonder why!

    • Thank you… the last photo was not on purpose just one of 11 shots taken in 3 seconds… but it was a surprise when I down loaded.,.. and I couldn’t stop laughing at my luck, had to share it…

  9. Hahahahahah!! Can’t stop laughing!! Bird pooping – greatest shot ever :).

  10. Terrific photos.

  11. You have a wonderful shot of the takeoff rocket firing!

  12. Even Molly Muddy Paws loves watching herons and egrets. Flying or fishing or just sitting around they are so cool. You have some great views of them…perhaps the last one is a bird brained commentary on it all?

    • Thank you for the comment… the last was meant to be a flight capture and I was set up for just that… it twitched and I hit the button… 11 photos later this was one of them…

  13. Sono tutte bellissime Bulldog, ma l’ultimo scatto è fenomenale ahahaha
    Ciaooo

  14. ha-ha – that last shot is brilliant. Not happy with our Blue Heron that hangs around – little did I know the day he posed for us for photos – by the pond and then the lookout seat, he had just eaten all our frogs and tadpoles – not happy, not happy at all!

  15. I wondered about your birding skills when I read egret and saw heron. Until I started to read. Hahaha. Trust you to capture that last one! :-?

  16. Ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  17. Beautiful bird photos!

  18. what a capture indeed! I’ve never actually seen a bird poop, although I’ve felt it in my hair!

  19. I really like your third shot Rob. With regard your last shot, you must have had a fast shutter speed to capture it in full flow.

    Brian (aka Golfspice)
  20. As you often say to me….”hmmm…these look familiar!”
    although I must say, I’ve yet to see elimination in action (and pray I never will!) ;)

    • Thank you… the last capture was not intentional… I’d set up for a flight shot where I take 7 shots at 3 per second… I thought he was about to fly not take a dump… lol

  21. Ugggh. Breakfast is officially over for me! Egads!!! Great shots, Bulldog!! And, of course, your words are what makes it so special/funny/endearing/etc.

  22. Gosh, I had never realised their feet were yellow! Great pics as always, Bulldog.

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