So lovely. This series made me smile. Happy weekend.
Definitely worth sharing. Thanks Tex have a great weekend. B
You are lucky Tex! A Cormorant! You have em all!!
Amazing! Compliments darling!
Deliciosa essa série de fotos.Um lindo dia para você.Beijinhos.Brasil°º♫°º•*• ♫° ·.
Those are terrific reflections and colors! Lovely!xo Catherine
Great reflections, love the blue in the final photo . . .
i love how you captured him, first he's there, then he's gone, nothing but ripples, then he's back :)
lovely shapes. Looks like he's falling down a little whirlpool!
oops where did he go, OH there he is. he looks almost like a snake in one of these.
I also thought the first shot was a sssnake! Looks like your pond is filling fast.
Now you see him... now you don't!
These are amazing! That first picture I thought it was a snake. (Shows how dumb I am! haha)
What a pretty guy! and you captured him well. :-)
Your pond must be listed in the 4-star category of Michelin's Travel Guide for Migratory Birds! Love the ripples and reflections.
Does he stay or is he just passing through?
It looks nice and serene.
The first picture looks like 'up periscope'. Hope he doesn't clean out all the fish in your pond.
You have a great array of wildlife around you , your so luckyenjoy your day.Peter
Is this what you call a low-rider?
I didn't realize how submerged they were during normal swimming. It looks like a funky two-headed monster in one of those shots.
Good morning! The reflection makes the bird look like the neck goes on forever.
From the thumbnail on my dashboard, I thought Nessie had tunneled thru to your pond! LoL! =)
Beautiful watery captures T. ...and of course I saved your fabric. I save everything! Lol.
Beautiful series as always! You do have lovely bird friends! Have a great weekend!Sylvia
Serene! Your visitor casts a nice shadow.
that's awesome! you're so fortunate to have all this wildlife right outside your door! when your blog first loaded, i thought "oh, it's nessie, the loc ness monster!" lol!
Definitely worth sharing! The reflections are so pretty! It's so springy! :)
I've not ever seen a photo of yours not worth sharing. :)These are wonderful!
Thanks for the lovely swim this morning.
He looks as happy as a ... well... a cormorant ...in a pond! Always wonderful to see water in your parts!
Beautiful. It looks like a snake head popping up at first glance.
This is a lovely series of photos.Yes, the reflections are great but so is the subject matter. Who sees a cormorant these days!Cheers,Jo, Stella and Zkhat
I love how it's surrounded by ripples!
Lovely and they have a very surreal feel to them.
Your pond certainly pulls in the birds.
Ah yes, love those reflection shots. Nice work!
Great series of photographs! Cormorants are so much fun to watch. Looks like this bird was having a fabulous time in your lovely pond. Cool reflections.
I love these photos...such beauty at your place!
Thank you for starting my day with a smile these wonderful photos are terrific. Hugs and happy weekend wishes!
I think you just solved the mystery of the Loch Ness monster!
Great pictures...happy spring weekend...xxx..
He's either having fun posing for you or playing games with you one...not sure which....
Cool pictures, lots of movement, I like the ripples!
Nice reflections! The cormorant is such a cool bird I think. But it is starting to be a problem here in the arcipelago in the the summers. Earlier we did not have so many, but since a few years they are getting more and more and they destroy the islands with their shit, so no other birds can live there...do you have the same problem?Have a great weekend :)
Nice! They swim so low in the water. Interesting!
Comorants are so interesting to watch. You always have something different to share on your "land" with the round house. *You are right dogs with clothes on is NOT my idea of cute or fun either. Thank goodness they only had to wear hats.
It does look kind of snake like in appearance,and from the little I know they are fantastic divers.Yourpond is like a magnet,the way itattracts so many different species!
Oh, those are beautiful shots! What a graceful bird. :)
These are beautiful photos!
You have such a unique bird population! I love looking at them!
Hi TexWisGirl, Though I used to see them all the time in the Pacific ocean in marina waters, I have not seen any here in Tennessee. Great sighting, TexWisGirl! Have an exceptionally nice day and a great weekend!
Cormorants are the best at playing hide and seek. Great shots, T:)
Dearest Theresa,You captured the Cormorant, or Aalscholver in Dutch, very well! Not many will get to see one in action the way you did.Thanks for sharing.Enjoy your weekend!Mariette
Great series! The elusive Cormorant... you have to be so patient to capture these ones when they are in the water. Well done. You have had so much more success than I ever have!!Have a lovely weekend :)
Lovely photos! Have a great weekend:)
I don't remember seeing these before. It looks like it is having a great time.
What a cool bird to see on your pond. Have they visited you before?I like the ripples and reflections too.
Great photos! And how the birds love your pond is great to see.
I love cormorants. We used to see so many of them in NJ
T, cool! I would't have thought you'd get cormorants where you are! I thought they stuck pretty close to the sea. Very interesting!
Lovely pictures Theresa.wish you a nice weekend.bye, Joop
I love this series with the diving. Beautiful bird.
Absolutely worth sharing!
That is a great reflection! Nice job!!
ooo...these got my attention. I could visualize the action.
Great photos, so many interesting birds where you are.Have a great weekend!
I thought Lochness monster when I first glanced..looks great at your pond...
I love the ripples in the first couple pics. ..and they are fun to watch. But, we don't like cormorants around here -- they wipe out the fish populations. Big problems with over population of them on Lake Michigan.
Dang! What a neck! That last shot almost looks like Nessie.
The reflections are great but I also love the ripples in the water.
Great reflections! If you turned the bird sideways it would look like a goalpost. :)Linky Tools is having server problems that they are trying to fix.
Wonderful birds to see..
The reflections are great and I like the ripples! Lots of water in there, too!
That bird seems to be riding low in the water, too many M&Ms? LOL
Beautiful reflections!You're so lucky, all those great birds you have visiting.
Oh, I think so too!
When I saw the first pictures I was thinking is she now swimming under water? The fourth picture gave me the answer. Top.Greetings,Filip
You can't beat it, the way they dive, and they do it slithering about underneath the water. Beautiful photos.
You just saved me from having to get out my field guide. I got one of these recently but didn't know what it was called. It's nice to see lots of water in your pond. :)
Reflections are worth it.Since I was hacked I had to give up my old user name and the blogs that went with it. So this is the new birds blog and I hope you can come visit. Birds Birds Birds and Birds
A na jednym zdjęciu nie ma odbić, bo dała nurka do wody :-). Pozdrawiam.*** And in one picture there is no bounce, because it gave the diver in the water :-). Yours.
I like the movement of the water in concentric circles. Sure glad you have that water!
Oh how much later can I get to my hours of blogging:( Geesh to be retired and oh so busy;). I really enjoyed the water reflections as well as your friend floating about. Have a wonderful weekend. I shall catch up with you hopefully earlier tomorrow, yet then again...
Nice T! Too bad they caused such issues when they were introduced to rid lakes of ailwives, so much so, they had to kill them off for the most part. Man interfering with Mother Nature! This guy looks like he is enjoying his cruise on your pond. Margie
Love how they dive.
Great series, almost like a video.
Beautiful, absolutely charming. A lovely moment in time, following the progress of the cormorant.
He does seem to be enjoying himself! Happy weekend:@)
Awesome photos! Your pond looks great and the bird is totally cool!
So sweet, enjoying it all to himself...
Now that's not something we see every day in Indiana! What a treat to look out on your pond and see one of those fellows.
Yes, the reflection is lovely.have a great weekend.
Very nice reflections.
reflections rock.. You rock!!!!( up your SS and and crank that fstop to 11....) then you will have both the relections and cormorant in sharp focus...
I like your series of pictures. It's up, it's up, oops it's gone.
A great series. Beautiful reflections.
Yes...so glad you did. Love this series.
I'm glad you shared the reflections with us! :)
The light and the water made me think of summer. Oh to be swimming!
They are definitely worth sharing!Have a great weekend.
He looks like he is enjoying the pond. Those are great reflections, thanks for sharing.
I love the pictures. The duck is great.
It's the lockness monster!Comorants scare me:) Great shots!
These are such wonderful shots..
Oh...indeed, the reflections are fabulous!I love that head.... and the tree!Hugs
Cormorants are so interesting...what great reflections you caught! Love the series of photos...now you see him, now you don't!
look at that long graceful neck!!and the ripples on the water add so muchlove these photos
You're right. The reflections are wonderful. Nice.
Love watching these guys!
Love them all! Looks like a fun day on the pond for this beauty.
Interesting how so much of it is submerged. I love the last photo--the colors, the grasses in the foreground. Wonderful shot.
Very nice. I love reflection photos!
You're right, very good reflections. Good fishing Mr Cormorant.
These are what we have had at our pond most of the winter. The way they hold their heads with their noses in the air makes me think they are stuck up.
nice shots and reflections. those cormorants are really weird, huh...i think they also call them snake birds...
great sequence of shots....
The reflections make the birds look double headed!
The photos made me happy. sandie
Great reflections, Teresa. Lovely photos of him!
I threw caution into the wind and put one of my cameras back on the cabin pond. Haven't gotten much yet.
I would love to be able to sit and observe this in real life...but guess your photos will have to do.
You know it's against the law to watch and take pictures of bathers...you're such a rebel stalker
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