Monday, 12 September 2016

Green Sandpiper Reflection

Here's the aforementioned (previous post) Green Sandpiper:

There are many other pics including some much closer ones but I quite like the aesthetic of the reflection here; the light direction and angle only allows this type of shot at certain times of the day so it's something that takes deliberate planning rather than simply pointing a camera at it and clicking. Black Hole Marsh is perfect for such projects but the wildlife still needs to cooperate - all part of the fun!

BHM was fairly quiet this evening (12th) during a brief visit with the only highlight being 6 Yellow Wags dropping in and giving some nice close views on the lines in front of Island Hide. Away from BHM, Steve had 3 Yellow-legged Gulls on the Axe Estuary during the day.

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