Filed under Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival, Texas birds
Tagged as Laguna Madre Bay, nature, photo, photography, Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival, Roseate Spoonbill, South Padre Island, Texas, Texas bird photography, wildlife
Wow. Gorgeous birds. What a great sight to see. The colour really comes out in that first flight photo.
Thanks Scott. I love their prehistoric faces and gorgeous pink color. Beautiful birds!!
Wonderful captures of the Roseate Spoonbills, Linda.
Thanks Bob. I love their gorgeous pink color! The photos would have been better if the day had not been so overcast, but I was still happy to have the opportunity to photography them.
These birds take my brwath away..thanks for the pink cheer!
Isn’t their pink color just stunning? I just cannot get enough of seeing these lovely birds!
Fabulous Linda! Love your new header too. So beautiful. Would love to see them in person some day.
Thanks Laura. I don’t know why it took me so long to realize that I could match my header to every post. You really should think about a trip to South Texas. It’d be a wonderful Christmas break trip!
Love these Linda, especially the ‘in flight’ ones! Beautiful birds, we only saw one in Florida this last trip….and what a performance getting a pic of that! Lucky you, seeing so many
Thanks Lisa. i was excited to see so many of these lovely birds. The in-flight photos were just a bonus!
Wonderful Linda, I have only seen one, the group creates a wonderful color palette.
Thanks Dan. Aren’t they gorgeous? I’m a bit disappointed that we didn’t have a sunnier day for the outing, but the photos still came out decent despite the cloudy weather. That’s some kine of miracle, because I’m from NM. What do we know about shooting when the weather is cloudy? We don’t get much opportunity to practice that. . ..
Great series Linda
Thanks Mike I was a real treat to see all those pink beauties!
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