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Sunday, April 10, 2011

BIG BIRDS SHADOW

We have a big heron that overwinters in the creek across the street. He visited my pond and I was scared he would eat my fish. Someone told me that they would not visit a pond occupied by another bird, it must be true because he never came back after I put this metal bird out. I am joining in Shadow Shot Sunday at hey harriet.blogspot.com

9 comments:

Mary said...

That's a great shot! I hope he stays away and doesn't eat your fish!

Karen said...

That's a great shot! its cool how your metal Heron is protecting your fish... interesting fact.

Kelly said...

I love the shadow your bird cast! Hmmm...I wonder if that's really true. We have a large pond that we stocked with fish and I hate seeing the herons and egrets there. I've seen several, but maybe it's big enough to accomodate more than one bird.

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Good Morning Sweetie...
Now how cute is that? I love this bird, and now your pond is safe as he won't come back. He thinks someone else has moved in. I love it. There is always more than one way to skin a heron hu?

Oh I love this post. Thank you for the wonderful smile this morning. So precious. Have a glorious Sunday sweetie. Many hugs and much love, Sherry

Lady Di Tn said...

We have this metal bird that has been here since I arrived in this family and I put a bird bath close to it so I guess that is why the birds seem not to use it. I will move it to a better spot since the bird was here first. Thanks and Peace

Olga said...

How interesting! I love watching birds, especially big ones like herons, but I wouldn't want one in my yard.

Have a nice week!

Hey Harriet said...

Great shot and I'm glad you found a way to keep your fish safe! That's neat! Have a great week :)

Mrs. Trixi said...

That's neat that they do not go into another birds territory! Great pic.

eileeninmd said...

Wonderful shadow shot. I have two heron statues near my pond. But one of them has been attacked by a fox. They must look very real looking.