beautiful image…and one that speaks of energy. WOW
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Thank you so much, Brenda! 🙂
you are welcome…thank you for sharing
Amy, this is an extraordinary photograph!!
Thank you, Robin! So happy you like it. 🙂
What a capture. What great work with this photo. You have done it again and I think this is worthy to be placed in a gallery. The Egrets really do look like they are doing the dance of love. Wonderful. Bravo ❤
Thank you so much, Mabel! When I saw them flying upward. I just kept clicking. 🙂
Amy this is unbelievable! As if they are ballet dancers in a magical setting. Well done!
Thank you, Sue! Lucky to have my camera ready when they decided to oerform. 🙂
Very awesome, Amy.
So glad you like it, Ulli! 🙂
so beautiful :O
Amy, absolutely stunningly captivating. Well spied and taken.
Thank you for your comment, Sally! 🙂
What a lovely picture, Amy! 🙂 Thanks for sharing!
Have a wonderful Sunday,
P.S.: And what a coincidence: just saw Egrets dancing in another blog [http://tinyurl.com/zy6wn2h]!
Thank you, Pit! I will take a look of the Egret dancing. 🙂
Lovely! I found your blog through the WPC weekly challenge and have been having a ball wandering through your photographic “aviary.!” Great stuff. Looking forward to seeing more!
Thank you so much for your compliment! Thank you for spending time here. 🙂
What an amazing capture.
Thank you for your compliment! 🙂
Wow! Amazing capture Amy.
Right timing… Thank you, Michael! 🙂
🙂 🙂 Thank you!
What a marvellous, joyful, photo
My lucky click. 🙂 Thank you, Derrick!
This is such a gorgeous image!
So glad you like it, Christ! 🙂
Absolutely wonderful photo. You should win a prize for this, Amy!
Thank you so much for the praise! I was hoping to capture their graceful movements. 🙂
Wow Amy! They don’t look real! What a magical moment.
Thank you, Luna! Egrets make the most graceful movements. 🙂 Lucky to be there.
It’s vibrant and dreamlike at the same time.
Thank you for your thoughtful comment, Gilly! I think this capture says much of the spring courtship among these beautiful birds.
Thank you, Simon! Happy to see you. 🙂
You sure did capture the joy! Love this 😃
Thank you so much, Julie! 🙂
Right timing! Thank you for visiting, Christy! 🙂
Stunning Amy. Amazing capture
Thank you, Raewyn! A very happy couple. 🙂
No doubt they are jubilant…glorious capture, Amy… 🙂
Thank you, Maniparna! So glad I could share it with you. 🙂
Another lovely capture Amy! The cranes and you share a special bond! 🙂
So well said, Dr. Hb! It was a pure luck. 🙂
Wow and double wow Amy. What an amazing photograph!!! 🙂 ❤
A lot of luck to capture this one. Thank you, Natalie! 🙂
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oh this is a ballet! Brilliant beautiful image Amy!!
Thank you so much for your compliment, Cybele!
you are most deservedly welcome!
Thank you, Reinhold! 🙂
What a stunning photograph Amy; I can imagine this blown up, in a frame on my wall. Just stunning.
What a high praise! Thank you so much, Sue! 🙂
das ist aber auch schön, wünsche eine wunderschöne gute Woche
Thank you, Kowkla! 🙂
Wow! incredible capture, Amy! just beautiful! 🙂
They look such a pristine white, as though they’re in their ball-gowns! Marvelous capture Amy!
They dance beautifully. One of my lucky captures!
Thank you, Jude. 🙂
To be framed! It is actually for keeps. Marvelous shot.
Thank you for your praise, Rashmi! 🙂
wow of the wow!!! 🙂 ❤
Wow Amy, what an incredible capture! To get them midair like that dancing—amazing!
Maybe there were dancing, and singing at the same time. 🙂
Thank you for your compliment, Nicole!
what a SuperB shoT! 🙂 luv it ❤ . 🙂 .. Q
Thank you, Thank you!! 🙂
What a stunning entry; makes me want to see more of your work as a photographer.
I’ll be following you from now on. Have an amazing day! 🙂
I’m so happy I could share it with you! Appreciate so much of your compliment. 🙂 🙂
I believe we are often too conservative about liking and appreciating good work and I want to change that mindset. 🙂
I agree… many talented bloggers spend much effort and time on making posts to entertain us. 🙂
Amazing shot!! Love the composition with movement and expressions. Feel dreamlike.
Thank you for your feedback! Truly a lucky capture. 🙂
Amy that is stunningly ethereal! Magic. Sharon x
Thank you, Sharon! Pure luck, indeed. 🙂
Oh wow Amy! I love this!
I appreciate so much of your visit, Bebs! 🙂
Miss you! ❤
This is the moment when the image becomes a poem … Kudos to the performers and to the photographer 🙂 You use all your senses when you capture the marvels of nature … Love to you Amy Dearest 🙂 ❤ ❤ ❤
I was so lucky to be there with my camera. Your comment made me smile. Happy to share one of my favorite photo with you, dear Doda! 🙂 xxx
You were the right person,in the right place,at the right moment.Loved it,it is like a poem without words,something magical,my dear friend Amy 🙂 ❤ xxx
I’m so glad you like it. Four other people were there, but didn’t capture it. 🙂 ❤ xxx
The beautiful couple was meant for you,for your beautiful soul 🙂 ❤ xxx
An incredible moment captured forever. The novice camera geek in me wants to know what settings (on the camera) made this such a great shot?
It was a pure luck. I set f9 and 1/500 sec to capture them in the nest, then they decided to fly up (no time to adj). Because they stopped in the air for a half second, I was able to capture it. Most of the time I need to set 1/1200 to 1/1600 for flying bird.
Wow…This is brilliant stuff Amy…:-)
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