by Wendy Beswick
The Long Sault Parkway is such a scenic route and I take every opportunity I can to cruise it with an Ice Cap from Timmy’s to complete the experience. There is always a ton of wildlife along the banks of the St. Lawrence River so I keep an eye out for photo opportunities as I meander along.
I spotted this guy and felt lucky that he waited for me to grab a shot. I find Great Blue Herons can be shy and usually fly away when someone shows an interest in them. Little did I know he was still as a statute because he was fishing!
I was able to catch the whole series of him diving for the fish as well as flying away. Such a great opportunity!
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Wonderful shots Wendy! Thanks for sharing.
Great shots Wendy. Glad you put them in.
Great series, Wendy. Congrats on these.
Wow, well done, beautiful shots!!
Wonderful opportunity! Wonderful shots!
Fantastic, awesome photos!!!
Wonderful shots! You were so lucky to have been able to witness this and get not only photos, but really good action photos.
What an amazing series.
The first photo alone is just stunning, but then to see the story unfold – great captures!!
Those are fabulous photos, Wendy! Wow!