Wednesday, March 16, 2011

March winds

A Great Egret illustrates our windy days of March with plumes a'flyin...

40 comments:

Bare bilder - Pictures only said...

Wow, these pictures are great, and what a beautiful bird:)

John S. Mead said...

Ahhh.. you just have to love Texas winds! This was definitely the "lion" side of March!

Home In The Hollow said...

Oh my! I wish I could have a few of those in the Hollow. They would love the craw-fish in my creeks!...:)JP

Farm Girl said...

That just cracks me up the wind blowing their very proper feathers. They never look like they get miffed about anything so seeing the wind do that just makes me laugh.

Louise said...

Looks like the wind might blow him right away!

Clint said...

It's gettin' so a big bird can't get a rest!

Sandra said...

looks like he is about to lose his feathers..

The Wife of a Dairyman said...

Our winds are beginning to pick up here in California as well. The change of seasons always brings the winds! Love that egret photo! Beautiful bird!

Sharon said...

Golly, he looks like he's.... leaking!

Hilda R.B said...

So beautiful bird. You got so many bird on your farm. Well done. Have a nice week.

Bob Bushell said...

Great Egret is beautiful, I could cuddle it.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt said...

That is so cool. I know that sounds trite but really, my first reaction was "cool!" Great shot!

Tracy said...

what a neat photo...it looks as though the wind is blowing through their hair :) not a care in the world!

Kerri said...

How pretty!

Cathy said...

I'd say he's hanging on for dear life. What a grip!

Snapper II said...

The Great Egret shots are beautiful, I love that bird.
I did get the idea for "THE END" on my Blue Bird Blog from your "Horse Can't Hold His Liquor" I sorry, I should have mentioned it. Forgive me? I love your blog.

Jan n Jer said...

Looks like the Egret is holding on for dear life!!! That is some strong winds!!!

Debbie said...

wow, great shots...we share a passion. xo

Joe said...

Wow! Talk about blowin' in the wind :).

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

This bird is dressed in it's finest.I love how the wind is playing with the feathers.

gowestferalwoman said...

WHOA!

If that isnt a great illustration of what wind looks like I dont know what is!!!

I bet he's gripping with all his little toe might!

A Rural Journal said...

Very windy here as well, T. Not the greatest day to clean out the chicken coop -- :P.

Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

I am always in awe of your photos. Just beautiful.
Staci

Leontien said...

That is a BIG Bird!!!

Thanks for sharing looks beautifull!
Leontien

LB @ BulletsandBiscuits said...

Oh my...he best hang on!

Farmchick said...

Pretty plumes.

Inger-M said...

I'm surprised he manages to hang on there! :-)

Millie said...

Very windy here too--my beard was blowing in the wind this afternoon!

MarieElizabeth said...

Oh, neat change in your blog layout. I like that you kept the ranch/water photo - it's so good! I think I'm do for a header change myself. If we could just get some nice spring blooms up here I'd get to photographing them. :)

Randy said...

Nothing like letting your hair blow in the wind! Wonderful photos!

Rose said...

These are awesome shots....I would be so happy to have captured these

Karen Thomason/Gordon Setter Crossing said...

I think he's just showing off. ha ha

Dani said...

just lovely.

Naturedigital said...

Great shots of the beautiful bird.
have a great weekend.
Costas

AJ said...

Love how the wind is blowing through his feathers...great capture!

Allison said...

Wow. That wind looks just lovely in her feathers. Quite the dignified Lady!

Deb said...

we have had some strong winds...ready for them to stop...

Marvin said...

Very windy here in the Ozarks too ... but no egrets.

Margaret said...

...and yet it retains its dignity! I clicked on the photo and was surprised to see green on it's face. Fascinating.

Negerigeletschtempoit said...

Oooh... How beautiful! Those feathers flying in the wind, oh my! Awsome! One of these pictures is going to my desktop background folder, may I?
Love ya!

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