Woodstorks

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  1. rstrick2

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    I went down to Lake Beverly to see if there was anything to photograph after all the rain we have been having. I found the lake to have a little more water than the previous i went down. I found a pair of woodstork feeding along the shore. They have a funny way they feed. With there beaks open and walking along they stir the water with one foot eating anything that moves.

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    Ewwww, they must get a mouthful of that algae too!

    I like the reflections in the still water. And I especially like the closer view of the stork in profile in the second last shot
     
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    I think the shots taken are good I like them all
     
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    Excellent photos.
     

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