Jubilant Dancing


In response to WPC Jubilant. I was lucky to capture the joy and rejoicing of these two beautiful Egrets dancing together.

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91 thoughts on “Jubilant Dancing

  1. 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 ❤

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  2. 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]!

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  4. 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 🙂 ❤ ❤ ❤


    • 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.


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