Sometimes I don’t always get the respect that I deserve from the talent.
It amazes me that the herons and egrets are so much approachable in Florida. Up here in the north, you cannot get close to them.
This Tricolored Heron really didn’t care that I was standing on the sea wall as he was hunting in the shallow water.
Okay, I know I have been basically ignoring you for the last five weeks. I am sorry about that, but I’m back.
On February 21st when these photos were taken, I hopped onto an air plane and headed south. This trip was a little different because I was working remotely during the day and was doing some life improvement coursework in the evening and weekends. Thus I had no time to go out and do some shooting and as much as it caused me anxiety, my gear was left back in my home office.
Above is a picture of Hull, Massachusetts. We had already had nine feet of snow by the time I left. Upon returning to work, my friends tell me that I missed a couple more snow storms. But at least now we can see over the tops of the snow banks.
But for all the whining we do about the weather, New Englanders can be a hardy bunch. Check out the little dots in the water on the right side of the picture, just left of the ice pack.
Those dots are sail boats sailing in Boston Harbor.