Snowy Egret and Sandal

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photograph of a Snowy Egret standing on a sandy beach next to a sandal

When I first saw this Snowy Egret it was at the edge of the water and I was walking along the beach.  As I approached it flew around a bend before I could snap a single picture of it.  I snuck around some vegetation and took a few photographs of it wading just off the beach.  Fully expecting it to fly away at any second, I remembered a tip I once heard about photographing shorebirds.  Sometimes they seem to be less concerned if you’re actually in the water with them.  So I slowly began wading out into the water and the egret didn’t even seem to notice me.

The same bird that took flight when I approached it from land actually began coming towards me while I stood in the water with it.  I was still wading when it decided to head back to the beach, probably no more than…

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About Doug Couvillion

I'm an amateur photographer living in the Richmond, Virginia area. I use photography as a creative outlet and something completely different from my profession. View all posts by Doug Couvillion

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