Paddling on Pearrygin Lake in past years often produced a view of a statue-still great blue heron on a branch at the far end of the lake. This year the entire summer had passed without one sighting. Previously, the heron tolerated a kayaking photographer to a moderate degree at that site. This time, as I rounded the corner spotting the heron, I barely had time to raise my camera before the bird took off. It made me wonder if this was a new heron unused to people given how quickly it fled.
|Photo Location:||Winthrop, Washington, United States of America|
|Camera:||Canon EOS 80D|
|Copyright:||© Peter Bauer|