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Foggy Weather Plus Birds at Jordan Lake

Here we go at foggy Jordan Lake this morning when I was there for a sunrise shot with my mentor photographer Al D.


I decided to some fog photography shots of the fog that was producing on Jordan Lake because I had never been at Jordan Lake with fog before until now.



I was able to get the island with a fog around it in a photograph which will be shown now.

This was really cool experience to photograph fog at Jordan Lake.  Here we go with the birds we saw at Jordan Lake today.





This is a Belted Kingfisher I took while it was flying on the other side across from where I took the fog pictures at Jordan Lake.






 This is  a Great Egert , which AL D is not allowed to photograph anymore sorry AL D.


BUT I will post a Picture of you from todays outing on my blog of you almost chipping!!










Here he is almost CHIMPPING, SO you got got back good for making fun of me on your blog last time! Lets see if I can catch AL D chomping one time !
















This a Black Volture that was processing its meal and trying to scare us away from it and a few moments later a bunch of more vultures joined this in in scaring us again and it did not work.







Heres all three of them protecting that meal from the other voltures and from us getting near them but they failed again to scare us.










Here is  another Great Egert,  me and my mentor Al D photographed at different location at Jordan Lake called Fearrington Boat Ramp.

This Great Egert was not scared of us at all and let us get some great facial expressions and poses of the Great Egert which was very cool to photograph.























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