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The Cormorant is quickly becoming a favorite bird of mine to photograph. They're not shy and love to pose. With the naked eye they look black in appearance…

This past Sunday, I spent the day in my mobile blind... my truck. 😉 It was a short and simple outing with simple wildlife photos. It’s always good for the soul…

Their plumage is not water-repellent, but "wettable." It has been suggested that the function of the spread-wing postures in these birds is to dry the wings…

The sun returned again today so I headed back down to the Cobb this afternoon, this time armed with a long telephoto lens to photograph the birds. Because of…

Large and conspicuous waterbird, the cormorant has an almost primitive appearance with its long neck making it appear reptilian.

Lets go back to some nature. This cormorant was always just sitting out of range to get a detaoled photo. So I went for a bit of a silhouette shot.

This black bird - 1st from our left is called cormorant - I saw it for the 1st time at our sea shore. Maggie

A large and conspicuous waterbird, the cormorant has an almost primitive appearance with its long neck making it appear almost reptilian.

A large and conspicuous waterbird, the cormorant has an almost primitive appearance with its long neck making it appear almost reptilian. It is often seen…

A large and conspicuous waterbird, the cormorant has an almost primitive appearance with its long neck making it appear almost reptilian. It is often seen…

Last Friday we travelled to Poole and spent a leisurely weekend exploring. On arrival we drove to the central area, where after a wander around, we enjoyed a…

Still playing with Topaz Texture Effects, as my free trial will be ending soon and I'm still not sure if I want to purchase it. This is a cormorant that was…

This large and conspicuous waterbird,  has an almost primitive appearance with its long neck making it appear almost reptilian. It is often seen standing with…

A photographer's best friend: a bird willing to strike a pose! The cormorants and anhingas in my office park get a lot of attention from my camera when they…
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