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January 29, 2013

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Prem

hahah.. nice catcher. We have a difficult time catching fish even with a hook, now it looks so easy to them.

Sallie (FullTime-Life)

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Rambling Woods

Oh wow..love these photos Sallie..

Reader Wil

Thank you for showing us this beautiful series of this bird. The photos are so clair as if you stood next to them! Thanks for your comment on my post.

ladyfi

What lovely shots!

dianne7777

these shots are amazing!!
what a beauty he is
love the long red beak and the dramatic eyes

hugs from me and Hope

lindyloumacinitaly

These are stunning Sallie, thanks so much for your recent kind words which are much appreciated.

Carletta

Love that pink beak and blue eyes!
Great job capturing the 'catch'!

Lindy

Wow, what a fantastic series of the White Ibis! I particularly like your first image. Well done!

Dimple

Nice shots, Sallie, especially the ibis with its meal!

Thanks for coming by; I like the last shot a lot, too. I have put it on my desktop...

Blessings!

pat

He's got some great underwater vision in those pretty blue eyes! Nice photos!

Al

I really like this series of photos. That bird looks very happy after catching dinner, and who can blame him?

Pam

What a fantastic series of shots right up to the dinner bell.. um um good.
Nicely done, Sallie.

Wally

Fantastic series of the Ibis! Very nice work! I love it when they catch something while you're watching.

Clair Z.

Your photos are so amazing!

Linda

Great Catch...for you Sallie for us!

Linda
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donna

You bless us with the most interesting photos and I enjoy them very much. No sign of wildlife here today, we're in the middle of a snow storm.

Annie

Your shots are so splendid ! I like a lot the blue and red of the first one !

genie

These are wonderful captures. Such a beautiful white. Your captions made me giggle...especially the last two. genie

Jennifer

Awesome! It hasn't happened to me often, but I love catching a bird in action. Nice pics!

Boom & Gary

Great captures!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Carver

Wow, I'm jealous. Fantastic shots!

Kerri

Beautiful! That first shot just takes my breath away!! You need to frame it!

Stewart M

Nice shot - is the "thing" that it is eating a huge tadpole?

Cheers and thanks for linking to WBW.

Stewart M - Melbourne

ladyfi

You got up very close. Great shots!

Sally in WA

Great set of shots, Sallie!

Barb

Sallie, what fabulous watery shots of the Ibis! A great fishing story.

Karen

Terrific captures of this comical critter!

Gaelyn

Great shots!

Pat

Wow! Great captures!

Eileen

And tasty too! Great shots of the Ibis! Have a great week, Sallie!

NatureFootstep

your bird is prettier then mine. :)

Gail

How awesome that you got one with a meal! I tried to get that same shot for two days when the ibises came, to no avail. You did great!

Colin Huggins

Great photos Sallie.
Thank God somewhere in the World, normality still reigns with nature.
Colin (Brisbane. Australia)

Amanda

I could hear the "Gulp!" at the end. Lovely post.

Frank (The Early Birder)

You were definitely in the right place at the right time to catch the Ibis fishing. Good work Sallie.

Pia, Sweden

Wow, the bird surprised me when he/she cought the fish! How good of you to get this moment on your memory card!
I have never seen this bird, think it's amazing with that long beak!
Thanks Sallie for your sweet comment! :)
Have a good week! Greetings Pia

Mick

Great photos and especially good to catch the bird with some prey in its beak. The colors in the first photo are especially beautiful.

TexWisGirl

good job, ibis! and great job, sallie! catching this spooky-eyed fisherman!

HAZEL

What lovely shots-and the last two really made me laugh!

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