Thursday, 8 October 2020

Blowing in the Wind

As this Little Egret discovered, fishing in Ferry Bridge Waters, Weymouth this week is never easy when there is a 40+mph (70km) gale blowing. 

Standing up straight or crouching down and holding a long lens to shoot a few photographs is not a bundle of fun either. 

However for both of us, it was worth doing it as the bird caught plenty of fish and I got the shot.









A couple of views over Ferry Bridge and the Fleet waters, a grim place to be when the gale is blowing.



The other side of the Pebble stone ridge that is Chesil Beach.


10 comments:

  1. Beautiful place and shots... Nice sequence of this lovely Egret... Be safe

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  2. Well done you - you got some great shots there!

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  3. Hello Roy
    everything fits together the herons looking for food first-class sharpness and the best light, I myself always have problems with water in the background to set the exposure correctly you solved that perfectly, thanks for showing
    Greetings Frank

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    1. Vielen Dank für Ihre freundlichen Kommentare Frank

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  4. Gallo Roy,
    GEWELDIG!!
    Wat een super gave foto's! Prachtig gefotografeerd! En die grote gele tenen, perfect!
    Ik heb er van genoten!

    Groetjes,
    Maria

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