Morning on Duck Lake

Saturday was another beautiful morning on Duck Lake in a kayak.  There was almost no wind and the lake was very flat.  There was a paddle-board and a couple other kayaks out there along with a few fishermen.  Oh, and there were these as well.

Great Heron in Flight 2

Great Heron in Flight 2

Great Heron in Flight 1

Great Heron in Flight 1

Green Heron

Green Heron

Green Heron Ruffling Feathers

Green Heron Ruffling Feathers

Suspended Turtle

Suspended Turtle

Shore Bird

Shore Bird

Water Lily

Water Lily

Green Heron in Flight

Green Heron in Flight

Duck Reflections

Duck Reflections

Ducks on Duck Lake

Ducks on Duck Lake

We also saw a single loon and a lone otter, but I didn’t get to photograph them.

I have been fortunate enough to have been at Duck Lake for the last 4 weekends in a row.  Every time I go out on the lake there is something beautiful to see, and I’ve been fortunate enough to capture some of these with the camera.

I want to thank all those that have commented on this blog.  I have reached the milestone of over 50 postings.  I would not have continued without your kind words of encouragement.  Thank you all.

Mark

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3 Comments

  1. Sandy August 17, 2015 at 9:17 pm #

    Just gorgeous as usual Mark. What time of day do you see the herons?
    I would love to see some cedar waxwing photos (my favorite bird) if you ever come across a flock. I just love your nature postings.

    • mfyancey August 18, 2015 at 6:27 am #

      I’m usually out in the morning, by 9:30 or so, but I’ve seen them in the evening, too. I’ll keep an eye out for the Cedar wax wings. 

  2. Eleanor Fry August 24, 2015 at 4:42 pm #

    You are one super great photographer Mark.I do enjoy looking at all your beautiful pictures.Thank you.

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