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Thank you, ilargia! Happy to capture this one 🙂
Wonderful shot Amy!
Thank you so much for liking this shot!
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Such a great capture. Awesome.
Thank you, Raewyn! Being there at the right time. 🙂
haha this is so cool! Just the right timing.
Yep, right timing 🙂 Thank you for stopping by.
oh wow! this is awesome, Amy! spot on the challenge! 🙂 lovely clouds on your header. love it! 🙂
Thank you, Lola! The bird worked hard and was rewarded. 🙂
How fortunate to catch them fishing! I always saw them swimming but missed the fishing part. Beautiful image, thanks!
Thank you, Maria! The birds moved so fast… a very lucky shot… 🙂
It is a brilliant shot, Amy!
Lucky to be there at the right time. 🙂 Thank you, Aletta!
Thank you for visiting and commenting! 🙂
Great wildlife photo!
Thank you so much, Bebs! The bird was rewarded. 🙂
Thank you, Alois! 🙂
Voila ! You captured a moment Amy ! Hats off !
Thank you for your comment! A lucky shot, it probably won’t happen for a long time. 🙂
You and the goose got tour Edward…
Thank you, Levy! Right timing… 🙂
Sorry Amy, I meant reward not Edward… But it’s a great photo the same!
Glad you like it, Clementine. 🙂
Thank you, Hien! Happy with this lucky shot. 🙂
that is a fabulous capture!!! it like catching a stone that skipped three times. bravo!!!
Capturing the skipped three times is the most exciting part of this shot, I think… Thank you so much for liking this one, Cindy. 🙂
Wow great shot Amy!
Thank you so much, Joy! So glad you like it. 🙂
Bravo, bravo!! Gorgeous pictures, Amy.
Thank you, Isabel. This one is special to me as it was captured in the wildlife place. 🙂
Wow! Superb Cormorant photo. I know how fast they move and how challenging a shot like this can be. And you even managed to capture the guy with his meal – excellent 🙂
The excitement part is capturing the action in a wildlife spot. I’m so happy to share it with you, Ingrid.
I have a series of this actions, will share it with you later. 🙂
What a splendid capture Amy. well done you !!!
Hi Jo, Happy to see you!! Glad you like it. 🙂
A truly awesome capture, Amy!!
Having seen your bird captures, I appreciate so much of your comment, Tiny!
Loved this, Amy! So much motion in this shot. And definitely a reward!
Thank you for liking this shot, Cathy! Capture photos like this one made me appreciate wildlife photos even more. 🙂
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Great catch here, for the duck and for you who framed it perfectly 🙂 and the reward is all mine, I always look forward to discovering your new pictures, I know they are totally worth the wait! Have a lovely week end!
It gives me a great pleasure to share my photos with you, Estelea! Thank you so very much for the kind comment. It made me smile. 🙂 Enjoy the weekend!
Brilliant! Brilliant! Love how you captured the fish hanging off it’s beak…the bird must be hungry and eager to eat it, scampering away like that. Your photos always make me smile, Amy. And this one is no exception. I hope you have a good weekend 🙂
It always is pleasure to share my bird shots with you, mabel. I alway admire the photographer who capture the action shots of birds and have never expected to capture a shot like this one. I appreciate the action shots even more after this shot… 🙂
Having been following your blog for a bit now, I have come to appreciate capturing birds in their element, and action shots too. It takes lots of skill with the camera, which you are very good at. And you have lots of luck too…which I think you create 🙂
Thank you, Mabel! I always want to sharing my fave shots of birds with ya. Don’t I will ever capture an action like this one though 🙂
What a great photo capture! 🙂
Thank you for visiting! This action shot was challenging, I was lucky. 🙂
What a timing!!
Thank you, Indah! It really is about timing. 🙂 I will get my souvenir post done this weekend. 🙂
fantastic timing and shot!!!
A lucky capture! 🙂
You have featured nature in a wonderful way here, Amy!
Thank you, Christy! It was fun to capture this one. 🙂
Perfect. words not necessary, very evident where the reward is, Amy. LOL
Thank you so much, Perpetua! I agree, the effort of taking the photo and the photo itself say more or less about the reward. 🙂
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Right timing 🙂 Thank you, Mary!
Slanghals – bly maar interessante voel.
Thank you so much for commenting! 🙂
Great timing on this one Amy! Did you stick around to see if he was able to swallow something that large?!
Thank you, Tina! I wish I caught him swallowing the fish. 🙂
Can’t believe my eyes … Darling Amy!Were you patiently waiting for a moment like that,or it just happened?
Such a reward for you and the great swimmers … Bravo ❤ ❤ ❤ xxx
Thank you for asking, Doda dear. Actually, I was there waiting for the egret to fly, she stayed on the tree and won’t move at all, then I captured this bird on the lake below the tree. 🙂 So glad you like this one, Doda. ❤ ❤ ❤ xxx
My goodness. Amazing shot! You are a pro bird photographer!!
So glad you see this one. It was captured in a wildlife spot where birds have to hunt for food and take care of themselve…
Happy to get your approval. 🙂
oh..must be a great place to visit as well as take some pictures. Well timed capture!
My secret place 😀
haha..really?! Thanks for sharing with us 😀
yep, I go there alone. 🙂
ahaa.. need to invade that place then 😉
Oh no, you don’t… 😀
haha.. but I wish I could 🙂
Love your humor… 🙂
Love it. The reward of the shot, the bird getting his/her reward…all great. I linked to it so my readers can see it too.
Thank you so much! Happy to see you! 🙂
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Great catch! 😉
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