Monday, November 18, 2013

Blue Heron catch.


My husband went for a quick walk and came across this.


A little Blue Heron


eating a fish
I thought it was amazing.

Thank you, friends for all the kind baby comments. We are doing great! 
I am still trying to get used to the 2 and 4 am feedings and
learning all I can about hiccups, bottle nipples and baby spit up
more pictures to come....



26 comments:

  1. These are such great shots! I've never seen a blue heron.

    I'm looking forward to more baby pictures.

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  2. are you sure that's not an anhinga? either way, GREAT catch!

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    1. It could be.. I will find out!

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    2. I looked it up and yes you were right I am changing the title.

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  3. More amazing is that you captured the moment on film! Great picture!

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  4. Beautiful lesson in nature! Marisa

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    1. Oh absolutely! I wish I could of seen this in person.

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  5. Hi Marissa,

    Fantastic photos! A little scary, for me, but it is the way of the world, isn't it? Nature's scenes of survival, rough and tough!

    Have a lovely week!

    Poppy

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  6. Sweet Friend, Love the picture-we have Blue Heron's here but never been able to get a photo of one so close up. May His grace cover you as you settle in a new routine. Sending blessings and hugs.
    Noreen

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  7. These pictures are amazing! Wow! Truly breath taking! Nature at it's finest ;o) So happy everything is going well with the little one ;o)

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  8. Those are amazing photos!! Thank you so much for sharing and for letting us know all is well. I know you are both "in heaven" and exhausted. ;) Sending lots of hugs and blessings ~ tanna

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    1. Yes. I am a little exhausted, but ohhhhh so worth it.

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  9. this is an amazing snapshot in time...incredible. Don't get too down about the 2 & 4 ams...they are so brief in the span of it all!

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  10. That is so cool. I have seen things like that on tv, but not in real life. Must be awesome to live there.

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    1. my husband was so excited to see this

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  11. That's amazing! So fun to see it in action like that. Your baby girl gets to look forward to seeing all of that for the first time now!

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    1. yes we cant wait to just get her out of this house. they told us not to take her anywhere for 2 months...

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  12. Wow, Marissa, those pictures are fantastic! They look like they came out of a wildlife magazine. Enjoy your sweet little one. Believe it or not I look back now at those moments during the night and smile. Sweet bonding time for sure but a little difficult on the sleep meter.

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  13. Thank you Melinda ~ Its a little overwhelming, but I am managing.
    Thank goodness I don't have to work.

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  14. Beautiful photos!! Thanks for stopping by my place for a visit and for leaving the wonderful comments you did. Take care of yourselves and that precious baby of yours! ♥

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