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This shot was taken at the wekend in that HEAT!! we had, managed to get a few shots in before it walked off out of sight. Taken on a tripod at 800mm.

Bigger version is better!

All comments are most welcome and thanks for looking


Tags: Wildlife and nature

Voters: acbeat, ReidFJR, lizziew and 27 more

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acbeat 13 14 United Kingdom
21 Jun 2005 7:55AM
excellent capture very sharp well done .andy b

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ReidFJR 13 310 United Kingdom
21 Jun 2005 7:58AM
Well done - great shot - F
lizziew 13 5
21 Jun 2005 8:27AM
larger shot it brill lovely colour detail and presentation........liz
sandyb 13 34 United Kingdom
21 Jun 2005 8:44AM
wow what a shot just superb. sandyb
markharrop 14 191 England
21 Jun 2005 8:51AM
Luke, this has to be one of the best shots. The clarity and details are stunning. Larger shot is amazing, show's a lot of details.

Well done mate.

firzhugh 13 13 New Zealand
21 Jun 2005 8:52AM
great capture, beautiful tones and composition
21 Jun 2005 8:53AM
well caught nice comp
User_Removed 13 386 2 United Kingdom
21 Jun 2005 8:57AM
Great detail and composition.

stix 13 924 87 United Kingdom
21 Jun 2005 9:43AM
Nice one, these birds are so difficult to photograph.
21 Jun 2005 9:46AM
Great wildlife shot, large version is fantastic,
clintnewsham 13 121 1 England
21 Jun 2005 9:54AM
a cracking shot,well caught,lovely detail in the large image

click clint
dalischone 13 295 Scotland
21 Jun 2005 9:56AM
Fantastic shot Luke, has an oriental feel to it, well captured.

glazzaro 13 70 23 United States
21 Jun 2005 10:15AM
Beautiful shot, excellent work Sir! Spot on! Click!!!

21 Jun 2005 10:35AM
great shot once again, your the man for wildlife pics very well done,

paul j*click*
Ade_Osman 15 4.5k 36 England
21 Jun 2005 11:02AM
Fantastically sharp considering all the glass used.....Well taken Luke!

JouŠo 14 56 Finland
21 Jun 2005 11:18AM
Fantastic capture!

ptilley 16 11 United Kingdom
21 Jun 2005 11:35AM
Great shot! Paul.
MartinjD 13 171
21 Jun 2005 1:11PM
Well captured

Did well to avoid heat haze at that length

Varanus 13 32 1 England
21 Jun 2005 1:50PM
Hehe, he's back again!
truely excellent luke, still think you must live in a giant aviary though Wink
21 Jun 2005 2:10PM
nice pic
SuzeE 13 2
21 Jun 2005 2:30PM
Beautiful composition, great wildlife shot
21 Jun 2005 11:42PM
Thanks for all your comments they are vey much appreciated ;o)

PaulG 13 63 New Zealand
22 Jun 2005 1:06AM
Another cracking shot. Comp and detail, especially in the large version, are spot on.

Well done.

Paul *click*
samartini 13 16
22 Jun 2005 3:50AM
Stunning pic, and I can see why you used a 2x convertor. They are geeeets near me, as soon as you get within' 100m or so they are up and away. Cracking shot...
taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
22 Jun 2005 4:04AM
This is an extraordinary image---where does this heron live---

Well done--A+++++ love it! Jennnnnnnn
22 Jun 2005 4:06AM
hi jen thanks for the kind words, this heron live at Bedford country park about 5 mins from my house which is a big bonus

taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
22 Jun 2005 4:13AM
The heron is different from the ones I see--the dark feathers on the neck and soe other details---( i live in Penna. and the herons I see are on the Big Spring Creek-occaisionally on our river and once in awhile they rob our millpond. ) Thanks for the image and the info!
22 Jun 2005 4:26AM
i take it thats not in the UK then?..;o)

22 Jun 2005 7:01AM
Nice shot. I like it.


22 Jun 2005 9:47AM
cracking, well done

:0) Shelley ♥
Meg 13 393 United Kingdom
22 Jun 2005 12:28PM
Lovely picture, It reminds me of a puzzle I used to do when I was younger, the composition is great
Meg x
jan 1 14 12 Netherlands
22 Jun 2005 1:33PM
Perfect and beautiful picture. Very well taken, What happen to the colour of the Heron? Was he really like that?
22 Jun 2005 2:15PM
thanks all for comments and clicks, yes jan this is how i took the picture, there were 4 of these all within 100ft of each other, some were slightly different colour though, i shall post these in time.

liparig 13 233 United States
22 Jun 2005 7:06PM
excellent shot, well composed and deserves a 30th click

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