Reflecting on Dinner

What a difference a day makes. Tropical Storm Hanna was finishing up on Delaware late in the day Saturday, and 24 hours later I am taking photographs on the marsh with a surface so stil it is a mirror.  The feeding egrets and gulls didn’t seem to notice their reflections but they certainly add to the beauty of the moment.

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This entry was posted in Egrets, Shorebirds, summer.

2 Comments

  1. BILL HITCHENS September 11, 2008 at 2:47 pm #

    I BELIEVE THE EGRETS ARE SNOW EGRETS. I HAVEN’T A CLUE AS TO THE GULLS.

  2. Tony Pratt September 11, 2008 at 5:13 pm #

    Bill, Good catch, I failed to identify the birds. You are right about the egrets, they are Snowy Egrets and I believe the gull is an immature Herring Gull.
    Tony

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