Of course it was the bedraggled dragonfly that caught my attention.
Then I saw the crawling insect, which may be a spider, on the underside of the branch.
It wasn’t until I was processing images that I saw the ant, just to the left of the other crawling insect.
A Little Blue Heron with wind-blown feathers perched on a snag overlooking the rookery at Okefenokee Swamp.
April 28, 2021
As a silhouette this Great Blue Heron nest looks like a work of modern art, perhaps held in an upturned hand.
Vultures made a good fit for a silhouette image with those lifeless branches against the grey sky.
And when Eagles appear I absolutely have to take the shot!
Tom Yawkey Wildlife Center
November 5, 2019
It was late afternoon and the sun was behind me. In the shaded corner of a pond this Great Blue Heron make a nice silhouette and reflection in the blue water.