Oh MY GOODNESS!!!! THAT is a fresh catch. I can't believe you caught this on camera!No.Actually I can!:)Wonderful catch!!!!:)
What a wonderful series of images!
now that is a catfish....persistance pays off...
That's quite a catch, both for him and for you, well done (both of you)! :-)
VERY impressed! With both of you!
I had to click on these photos to see the larger version. Just stunning. He is a gorgeous bird. Love the eyes and his deep blue plumage on top. Great!
incredible pictures..I have been out fishing and actually fed them from what I have caught. They love bluegill
From looking at this guy, I think the one I photographed two weeks ago is a female. Great pictures!
Wow - what a huge fish! I bet that was really something to see taking place in person!
These are so beautiful! I want a pond. If and when we ever get one, I worry that the dogs will chase and worry the fowl to DEATH. Do you have any problems with that or no?
I'm not sure what's a better catch, the bird's enormous fish or your photos!Wow! Good work, both of you!
Now that is a huge catch. I bet you were so excited to witness this act of nature! Cool pics
Whoa! That IS huge. Makes my gullet feel a little odd. Great pictures! Love the profile where you can really see the stripe and feather? on his head. Beautiful!!!
What a mouthful and he's showing it off for you. You sure are great with your captures, and once again, so fortunate to have so much wildlife and so many birds around your active pond. I'm jealous. I asked Bill about digging a pond and he says the DNR would never approve it...grrr, dang their interference. I guess I have to wait until we winter in TX. BlessYourPatientHeart
Man, that is impressive! Gonna be fun watchin' him try to get that down. Does he have a fishin' license?
This is better than the last post...Awesome T!
That is one powerful beak! I can almost feel his joy and pride with his catch. Any you with yours.
I clicked on each picture to make them larger, and showed them to Gordon. Wow! The pictures are fantastic and the bird is something else! What a huge catch. I am anxious to see the rest of the series.Love ya!
WoW! This is just like a National Geographic show where they photograph animals in the wild... very cool... a play by play! He's one handsome Great Heron, too! =)
wow...part two is better is then part one. who gets these kind of shots....ummm, you do!!!! talk about fresh catch of the day, does not look like he will be sharing!!! can't wait for part 3!!
a cliffhanger!! this reminds me of when our family used to sit around watching mutual of omaha's wild kingdom! :oD
Holy mother of fish! I can't wait to see if he got it down!
A fine series of this bird getting lunch. It appears to be a problem for him/her, but i'm sure it will be managed over some time. A very nice series.
Hi Texwisgirl, What a wonderful blog you have. I saw your post on Eileen's blog and just had to have a look at your blog. The Great Blue Heron pictures are super! I used to live in N.E. TX myself and attended grad school at "Old E.T." now A. & M. Commerce. I now live in Tennessee. Have a wonderful day!
One very determined bird!!!
Oh, my gosh!!! He has caught a HUGE meal for himself! That is amazing and amazing photos!! Can't wait to see the continuing saga.
That's awesome that you caught that with your camera!
well, if he trys to swallow that fish he might just choke. what a whopper fish.
Wow that is so awesome I love this. Thank you I never seen this before. Very cool B
Wow!!! What can I say but that is totally awesome!
What a catch! (pun intended)I'm convinced that so called "office" of yours is just your tripod. There's no way you could be working and watching that pond too. There's just too much to see!
Love the pictures you share! Thanks again for taking us pond-side. 'love & hugs from afar'
What a rare moment! A magnificent bird taking a magnificent fish down!
What a mighty hunter. I wonder if he wants it for the kids?
Oh wow! beautiful pics and yes what a big fish!!!i didn't know they had so many colours!thanksLeontien
Theresa, I think it bit off more than it could chew there! Great captures!Big fish in that there pond of yours!PS: wasn't trying to compete with you on the herons!
Awesome catch...for both you & him! That fish is huge!:)
It looks like he/she doesn't know how to eat it whole.
Incredibly beautiful photos! Thanks for sharing them.
Wow...that would be a big meal for him! Great photo series...
What an awesome post!
This series is amazing. I like it a LOT:))
An interesting sequence that looks like a mini movie telling the great catch of this beautiful bird, the color of the pictures is fantastic.Saludos.
Oh that must have been fun to watch.How does this tale end?
Amazing catch! for you and the bird.
That bird has got the weirdest eyes I've ever seen... really creepy like a dinasour. Amazingly beautiful...but creep-a-rama!!
I would never get anything, nothing, nada done if I had all that action at the pond! Great captures! For the Heron and you :)
Yup! Definitely worth seeing all four Acts! LOL! Just awesome, T!
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