Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
Perfect !cheers, parsnip
I'm a little behind and will have to play catch up.
He looks like he is desperately trying to remain incognito!
Its hard to do something when someone is watching
This bird does not look to want to fish.Tomás.
Yeah - I liked that; nice one, William! Clear invasion of privacy. PS - I see you have a little behind following you.
Yes, I have known herons to be extraordinarily patient with onlookers. But, then, there does seem to come a time with them when they have had enough. :-)
He was trying to hide and now you snapped him!
You are very clever. These once elusive birds seem to be getting tamer and tamer!
ha, that's probably exactly what he's thinking :)
@Linda: that's what I was going for!@Parsnip: thanks!@Whisk: catch up when you can!@Julie: he must think the reeds are a good hiding spot.@Peter: it is!@Tomas: he might be reconsidering!@Mike: he might have been annoyed.@Revrunner: yes, they just want lunch!@Marianne: half the time they get seen by a passing person simply because they move.@Greensboro: I like them. They've got real character.@Hilary: thanks!@Tanya: somehow sod off seemed appropriate!
Thanks. It's our last day of staycation.
You do have a great sense of humour, William!
love how your sense of humor works - ha. ha!!! ( ;
I guess I don't understand fishing.
I don't like fish or fishing at all, but I like watching herons. ;-)
Now I know what they are thinking...
I've been told that by a bird on many occasions.
I have had the same problem!
they always look perturbed at being watched. :)
That's so cute!
Ha... too cute.
LOL that's too funny!I'm sure that is exactly what the heron is thinking!
I'm trying to imagine a heron saying sod off!
You do great memes--and with correct spelling, unlike most of the others seen on Facebook!
@EG: yes, it's quite warped.@Beth: thanks!@Birdman: neither do I!@Jan: they're such enjoyable birds to watch at work.@VP: it seemed entirely appropriate!@Sharon: they think the same thing while we photograph them at bird feeders.@Lois: in fairness, who wants to be interrupted while getting dinner ready?@Tex: it's all in the glare.@Jennifer: thanks!@Hilary: thank you!@Tamago: along with plotting revenge, perhaps!@Lauren: thank you!@Ciel: for some reason it seems it would sound like Rowan Atkinson.@Norma: I have fun with memes when I get around to them.@RedPat: thanks!
Gosh that's funny! :))
Troublesome humans!ALOHA from HonoluluComfortSpiral =^..^= . <3 . >< } } (°>
I'm sure some birds feel this way! On the other hand, we have some pelicans who hang out at the pier and seem to love posing for tourists. Or maybe it's the hope of getting a stray fish flung their way!
I had a good laugh at this one, thanks William.
Herons often have that grouchy look about them, so I can easily imagine one saying this.
William, your heron speaks British slang — I never hear "Sod off" in Virginia — and even knows an Italian term. What a remarkable bird!
Happens to me when I go fishing too. LOL
@Marleen: thanks!@Cloudia: very troublesome!@Cheryl: that's possible.@Denise: you're welcome.@Randy: thanks!@Pat: me too!@Linda: I like British slang!@Halcyon: thank you!@Eve: that's why I don't go fishing!