How wonderful to have caught the heron eating his fish. I was hoping he'd catch another.I wonder what he was straining to see at the end.Very tranquil video.Maggie XNuts in May
That was lovely Wendy! I think I said in an earlier comment that the Heron is a particular favourite of mine so this was a treat. I can't often get close views of them as they seem easily spooked.I hope you are well and enjoyed Summer, I think it was much better than ours...it certainly couldn't be any worse ;-)Sending hugs :-)
A lovely video, Wendy! If I lived close to a lake like this, I think I could spend every evening watching the herons and listening to the waves lapping onto the shore--so peaceful.Hope all is well with you!
Great video, Wendy.... You live in such a gorgeous area... Wow!!!Hugs,Betsy
He was quite active.. good fishing time. Great video of one of my favourite birds.Hope all is well with you, dear Wendy.
That is a wonderful clip of the great blue with dinner...thank you for the comments regarding my Mother's passing..it is greatly appreciated...Michelle
A fresh fish jumped and kicked in his mouth. It must have been delicious for him. Waves conveyed orange sunset and beautiful.Thank you for sharing a peaceful scene. Have a lovely weekend!
Gorgeous! He (or she!) makes a lovely picture, wading through the waves and looking for some dinner!
What a treat to watch. Lovely lake!
Wendy what a blessing to have been there watching the "lone fisherman"!!I enjoyed this video as "Sandy" is howling outside my window. Gulp!!
Lovely video, Wendy. I also loved the pictures in your last post. Living near a lake has its wonderful photo-ops.:)
What a peaceful, serene place! I should sit and watch this for at least 15 minutes - and let the stress of the day melt away! Thanks for sharing!
I love your video ! Sooo peaceful. I hope you love your new place. I looks like it is wonderful. Sorry have not been around for a while. Hugs to you.
Every moment is perfect. Whatever you do is always enough. It always brings the best possible outcome from the moment you choose to see it that way.
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