Photos by Tag: heron

June 9th, 2011

Evening silhouette

There wasn’t much light, so I opted to convert this photo of a heron into a “watercolor.” Our walk on the Tommy Thompson Trail included sightings of bunnies, herons, geese and eagles. We also enjoyed the aroma of wild roses.

May 6th, 2010

Uncooperative subject

Anyone who follows this website knows I love to photograph herons. As evidenced in this photo, some are more cooperative than others. This heron at March’s Point opted to move to a nearby pasture rather than have a “portrait.”

March 21st, 2010

March’s Point heron

This heron was dining in a March’s Point wetlands area just a few yards from the Fidalgo Bay shoreline.

April 10th, 2009

Heron silouette

During Thursday’s break in weather I stopped in at Ace of Hearts Rotary Park, a park in the making off of “H” Avenue in south Anacortes. I disrupted the sunbathing of this heron, who opted for a new spot in a pasture a few hundred feet away. This area, complete with perimeter wetlands, will someday […]

September 27th, 2008

Pacific hues

Everything about this photograph is “Pacific Northwest,” from heron to hues of color on the Guemes Channel shoreline between Port of Anacortes Pier 1 and Curtis Wharf. A quiet Saturday morning before the annual rumble of motorcyles arriving for Oyster Run.

May 14th, 2008

Pond chums

Apparently these two are friends from the ‘hood, because the mallard’s stealth approach from the rear left the heron totally unimpressed.

October 29th, 2007

Perch and soar

If you look close you’ll see not only a seagull, but a blue heron perched on the rocks on a lazy Deception Pass morning. The birds’ playground was the swirling water just a few hundred yards east of the bridge.

October 24th, 2007

Mirror image

Tuesday’s sunshine yielded opportunity to capture this image, a heron reflected in still waters near the Harbormaster’s office at Cap Sante Boat Haven.

October 23rd, 2007

October sun

I wasn’t the only one basking in the glory of morning sunshine on Tuesday. I shot a few frames of this blue heron just yards away from the front door to the Harbormaster’s Office at Cap Sante Boat Haven. What a great place to start your morning, no matter what the weather!

October 15th, 2007

Heron lake

A lone heron stands among cattails on the far shore of Heart Lake.

June 1st, 2007

Great blue

Generally Great Blue Herons are quite spooky, which means you need a telephoto lens to get a decent “portrait.” This heron, however, hangs out in a high traffic area at a local marina, so he’s more approachable.

April 19th, 2007

Near Weaverling

This heron stands near water’s edge at the perimeter of Fidalgo Bay Resort. The city’s Tommy Thompson Trail runs through the resort on Weaverling Spit, and across the bay to March’s Point on an abandoned trestle once owned by Burlington Northern Railroad.

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