A fin? Yikes! I hope it's a dolphin and not a shark. And I HOPE you didn't get THAT close to the bee (says the girl who freaks out when she so much as hears "bzzz".
Just like So Cal Gal I'm really hoping that it's a dolphin instead of a shark, I love all of these photos though, I still haven't gotten over how incredible the detail is. Love all of these photos Ms A, especially the flying insect right up close, amazing photography work.
WonderfOWL!!! Those are some fantastic shots, Sarcastic Granny ... BTW, better leave that fin alone!
I Hope it's a dolphin fin!!!.... LOVE the bee and flower captures... you're getting better all the time!
Love love all of these!Is that a dolphin? What a beautiful place where you live.
Thank goodness you weren't IN the water when you noticed the fin!
The bee was a little too close for my taste - hopefully a big ass zoom lense Cora!Beautiful!
What exactly is attached to that fan? Danger or friendliness?
I*WANT*YOUR*CAMERA!!I know you haven't read my blog long enough to know of the actual FIGHT I had on a crowded pier when a vacationer from Michigan was killing our native birds (the ones at the top) by using a powered slingshot and steel balls.I've never been so mad (or fearing a heart attack) in my life.
Those are great candid pictures of the dragonfly and bee! At first I thought you had the Loch Ness monster in those pink bird pictures. But I think its really a log.
My favorite is the one of the bee in flight, although I really love dragonflies, too. :)
SO cool you get spoonbills and is that a tri-color heron? ugh! have never seen one in person! the fin, ummmm. :)love your cute little bee butt shots!
Great pictures... I think more people (like me) enlarge your photos than you know. I will continue to offer my larger since SOME people do like to enlarge them. Thanks!Hugs,Betsy
The fin perfectly completes this birds and bees ensemble. We'll assume it's a dolphin, not a shark. Nice photos as always, MsA.xoRobyn
WOW birds, bees, flowers, and sharks? Guess you forgot the snog ;o)
So sorry I'm late, computer problesm.I don't know what to say MsA; these are truly awesome! For sure!!!Glad you got out, and I hope you enjoyed taking the photo's as much as we LOVE them!!xoxo
Who said no one enlarges your pictures? I always do, but these pictures are wonderful. I really like the pictures of the bee in the blossoms, and I'm glad you weren't in the water when you got that last picture.
I do love them! you are fortunate to live so close to the water.
Wow! That is a whole bunch of beautiful photos! You are really getting good at this!
OH MY GOSH, A ROSEATE SPOONBILL?! Not to mention the "fin" (of a dolphin? shark? what you GOT out there?) and the birds and the dragonfly, OH, YOU ARE SO LOVELY! I feel closer to you through your photography than all the months/2 years(?) we have known each other, Ms.A, these are so AMAZING!!! You do have The EYE AND DETAILS, YOUR EYE FOR DETAILS...now I Can't Wait Until it gets cooler to see more! ENCORE! ENCORE! Your best EVER. KEEP SHOOTING, I GET SO HAPPY, THOSE ARE MY OLD STOMPING GROUNDS FROM WHEN I WAS HEALTHY AND A WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER AND YOUR OWN SPLENDID WORK is bringing me so many happy, healing memories...YOU ARE AN ARTIST! So just accept it and go with the flow. If your work makes your readers happy, what better reason for more field trips and portraits of your own family and what and whomever is near and dear to you? These are WONDER-FILLED! thank you soooooooo much!!!
seriously, what's up with that "fin?"
WOW.What is that a fin of???????
Awesome! The dragonfly is caught perfectly. That's not easy to do!Ha! Porpoise. Absolutely : )
Fabulous shots -- so much to see. It's been cold and rainy here all day -- 40s in the morning, would that be cool enough for you? :)
Wow! What a collection. Roseate spoonbills, oh my! Where do you live anyway? Love the dragonfly captures! And the porpoise! Always a treat to see those guys!
Looks like you enjoyed the outdoor shoot. I certainly thank you for sharing these pictures with us.
Oh these photos are awesome. Really they are so gorgeous. We are looking forward to cooler weather as well.
What a great collection of pictures. I enjoyed every one. The spoonbill reminded me of our trip to Ding Darling NWR near Fort Meyer in Florida
These are beautiful shots. Your husband must be enjoying this new hobby of yours too and he takes you out for it... now you're getting like a real pro! :)
Great photos!!!! Ummm shark or dolphin? xo
Wow, where did you go? Were these taken at Bay Area Boulevard Park and the ship channel? I've never seen a fin in the ship channel before, and I worked on it for thirteen years! Great captures!
Wonderful Pictures Ms. A and as for the fin I would just view from a distance :^0
Wow! Your clos ups are amazing. What in the world is that last pic????I would have been so scared after that!
You are really getting quite good at this, Ms. A. : )
you captured some great bee porn.
Oooh....I enjoyed these. Thanks for taking us along. I've been wanting to capture an egret or a heron for the longest time. Lucky you!!!
Fantastic shots! Love the closeups! Thanks for all the advice!!
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