Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Anything that Flies

Naturally black and white but for that lovely orange beak!
Flying by blue
In the air


Great Blue Heron


Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Opinionated writer with hopes for a better future for all plus a big helping of cynicism.

15 thoughts on “THEY FLY!”

    1. A couple of these, I had already tried in black and white. They were hard to see in color — Too busy with the birds, trees, and everything. I got lucky with that set of pictures. There was a lady near the lake feeding them. That’s why there were so many. You couldn’t quite see her because she was behind the trees, but that’s why there was such flock of so many different birds. I think she must be a regular because every winged creature in the neighborhood came out for a feeding.

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    1. That heron had just taken a bath in the river. So he was standing in his patch of sun. Stretching one wing, then another, then his head. He stood there a long time and I got LOTS of shots — the best value for having a very long lens camera. I couldn’t have gotten any of those shots without the long lens. He was actually the full width of the river away … and also quite a bit below me (I was up on the bridge).

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