I always like watching herons - although I have not managed to get any of those "flipping the fish in the air with a casual wave of the beak" kind of shots yet. (You know who you are, and you know you make me green with envy!)
So, here is a White-faced Heron (Egretta novaehollandiae) doing absolutely nothing at all! These birds are about 65 - 70 cm tall and a pretty common in my neck of the woods. I think they may be the default heron on most of my trips out with camera and binoculars.
I love the sentinel stillness of these birds - the way they watch, the way they wait. I think they would make good photographers.
This is a different bird - but still waiting none the less.
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