Thank you, Alois! 🙂
Must have been inspiring to witness the natural rhythm of wildlife.
I captured the actions on the other side of the lake, a pretty good distance. I couldn’t see what the lens did…
You’re right, it’s inspiring to witness. Thank you, Sally!
Ha! Great capture!
Thank you, Melissa! So glad you like it. 🙂
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What a shot!!! I love photography and have dabbled in it since high school but I will honestly confess, I’d give my right arm to capture a shot like this……well maybe not my entire right arm but this is a rarity in motion a photographer dreams of catching!!! Love it.
That is the highest praise! I’m so flattered. Pure luck, really. I was in a good distance of the action area, wait and watched for a while, hoping something would happen; then it happened! My camera just couldn’t stop. 😀 I’m honored to share it with a photographer. 🙂 Thank you so much!
Btw, I could get to your site, is your blog URL linked with your gravatar?
Probably not Amy!
I’m still learning and I would like to link the whole thing together but haven’t figured it out. Guess I should call my teenage son.
Wow ! great shot and so apt for the theme 🙂
Thank you, Sweety! Right timing… 🙂
It sure is one ‘Perfect timing’ and great photography too 🙂
Timing is crucial. Thank you for your comment, Sweety! 🙂
That is outstanding! Great catch!
Such an honor to have the praise from the master of the bird photographer! 🙂 Thank you, Phil!
Thank you, Aletta! The bird was happy. 🙂
Great catch! Happy days to you Amy!
Glad to share the excitement with ya, Perpetua! To you, too! 🙂
Great catch, both of you!
Thank you, Katie! Glad you like both. 🙂
Superb! Perfect capture in every way! Spectacular! 🙂
Thank you so much, Tom! I admire you photo skills, your compliment means a lot. 🙂
The perfect time, superb. Well done Amy!
It was… Thank you for liking this one. 🙂
Couldn’t be any fresher than that!
Ducks like fresh seafood. 🙂 Thank you, Angeline!
😀 Thank you, Rondo! 🙂
Double WOW! Fabulous!!!
So glad you like it, Cindy! One of those shots that I don’t know how I got it. 🙂
Little touch of the wows about that one! Great shot.
Thank you, Simon! So glad to see you. Are you back?
Maybe. Possibly. A couple of big jobs to finish on the house. And I can’t find either of my memory card readers!!
fresh sushi 🙂
Sushi, exactly! 😀 Thank you for your comment!
Amy that is National Geographic material. Unbelievable capture!
Awww… Thank you sooo mch, Sue! It took a long waiting for some actions, but I had no idea what those birds and this one was going to do. The photo capture was a nice surprise. 🙂
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Amazing, I spent years in Florida and envy this shot because I was not able to get one like this. 😔
I’m sure you get to see lots of beautiful birds. These birds are not colorful, but are very happy here. 🙂
Thank you, Maria!
O wow what a great moment! I recently blogged about one of these… but he was not so active 🙂
Great photos you captured, Noortje! Thank you for visiting. 🙂
Fantastic catch Amy, you got a great shot.
Thank you so much, Leanne! I’m still learning the action shots. 🙂
Absolutely 🙂 🙂
Thank you, Jo! 🙂
Superb capture. Love it.
Thank you, Raewyn! Glad you like it! 🙂
Reblogged this on Leveza & Esperança and commented:
Santo Agostinho tinha razão, como na legenda do blog se explica: “O mundo é um livro e aqueles que não viajam lêem uma só página…”The world is a book, and those who don’t travel only read one page.” ― Saint Augustine
Thank you so much, Adalberto!
Oh,Amy Dear,you are a great birder my friend !Great timing,it takes a lot of patience to capture such an amazing moment.Indeed,fresh,very fresh and the golden water reflections are absolutely fascinating!Warm spring hugs to you my sweetest friend 🙂 ❤ xxx
So happy you like it, dearest Doda! My patience was tested. 🙂 Luckily, I caught the action. 🙂 HUGS to you… ❤ xxx
Glad you like it, Pike! 🙂
Thank you so much, Tobyo! 🙂
Amazing captured Amy..
Thank you, Jake! A lucky shot :).
Are you and the hubby on a hunting outing? Great capture.
haha – sorry but this is a great comment lulu – and I feel the same thing – or they are on a charter trip for national geographic ! ha! ,3
A charter trip for NG would be my dream trip, Y! 🙂 🙂
well you’ll be ready to “shoot” when the trip comes up – so keep on doing what you do in the meantime 🙂 ❤
What. A. Shot. Birds fighting for fish. It looks like a real battle there and as usual, you and your camera were ready, Amy. It’s a game of luck and waiting when it comes to getting good shots. Marvelous work. The bird behind looks annoyed by the spray of water in its face, haha 😀
If I had everything set up correctly and ready, I wouldn’t capture it at all (which I have done hundreds of times). 😀 It really is a game of luck! Thank you, Mabel! 🙂
Jey amy – the second pic has a question mark (?) – but the first one was fresh indeed – and well, I also felt the words “going going, gone” when I saw it – like the three sections I felt – the water – more water – and bird with fish – super cool entry for the challenge –
correction: the scone had more water and “some” bird…. 🙂
Hi Y, I myself is hungry for fresh seafood. 😀 Did you get to eat a lot of seafood when you were in Florida?
Thank you like this entry! 🙂
well only had seafood twice! but it was good – and actually the food highlight was this dish my cousin Nancy makes and everyone always requests – it is some meat concoction that is topped with corn flakes and sour cream – and she labors with love to make it for guests – (she works full time so she usually prefers to take us all out to eat the nights we are there- and they love eating out so much – but she also knows how much we love it and when we give her ample notice of our visiting – well she usually makes it – I did get a photo of out _ I will try and come back later to share – have a nice day – and hope you get your seafood fix (mmm)
Sounds really delicious! It’s not easy to work FT and cook. I look forward to seeing the photos of the yummy dishes. 🙂 Have a great week, Yvette!
Einfach ein wunderschönes Foto Grüße dich lieb und wünsche einen schönen Sonntag Gruß Gislinde
Thank you for your visit, Gislinde! Have a great week. 🙂
Sashimi for lunch!
A happy bird! He had to work pretty hard though. 🙂
Cant get any fresher than that! Great shots, Amy.
I agree… 🙂 Thank you, Cathy!
Love this one! Caught in action!
Thank you, Leya! So glad you like it. 🙂
Great action shot Amy – clear as a bell! Great catch – in more ways than one!!
Thank you so much for your comment, Tina! 🙂
Fantastic photo Amy – it looks like it’s in motion!
Thank you, Meg! Lucky to capture the motion. 🙂
Thank you, Cybele! The captures of the motion was a nice surprise for me. 🙂
what a brilliant shot Amy…well done
Happy bird there! Lucky to be there. 🙂
Freshly awesome shot, Amy!!
Thank you, Tiny! I was happy for the bird. 🙂
You’re becoming a professional bird photographer 🙂
What a nice compliment, Thank you!!
Totally agree – it feels fresh and they look enjoying the moment with fresh water 🙂 Awesome capture Amy!
Thank you Indah! Birds know how to enjoy fresh water and fish. 🙂
Sjoe – perfect photo and timing!
Thank you! 🙂 Timing is so crucial for this one. 🙂
Fantastic captures! Great work, Amy!
Thank you, Hien! So glad you like it. 🙂
incredible action shot, Amy! you can’t get any fresher than that! wow! 🙂
Action shots is not too difficult if you have the luck. 🙂 Thank you, Lola!
What an awesome catch, Amy!!
A lucky shot! It was a nice surprise when I saw the pic on the monitor. Thank you, Susan!
What an incredible photo capture! Well done, Amy! 🙂
Lucky captures! Thank you for visiting!
Hi my sweet friend Amy,I really missed you and your always fascinating work.I’ll take one by one all your new posts and feast my eyes on the beauties you share with us!Btw,Anne asked me about you and she has left a comment on your last butterfly compo and one under my spring collage.Here is what she has written:
“So Amy is having problems too Doda? Have just come from her page as I was wondering about her absence. Same has happened to me, more than once. If you are in contact with her, could you suggest she contacts Flickr bosses giving her details, they will help her get back into Flickr. It would be unfortunate if she gave up, she posts such beautiful work.”
This one is under your butterfly :
“Contact Flickr bosses Amy, they will assist you … Don’t give up sweet friend 🌸 ”
Bye for now my sweetheart and off to your new work 🙂 ❤ ❤ ❤
That is a great suggestion, I will look up for the contact info of the boss and write an email with details! Thank you! Thanks to Anne!
❤ ❤ <3.
Brilliant shot of action 🙂
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lovely timing and capture…:-)..Amy
This is is a pure luck! Thank you for your comment, Sriram! Have a wonderful week. 🙂
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