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    Senior Member Canon_Bob's Avatar
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    May 2006
    Fort Myers, FL, USA

    You can't see me, but I can see you!

    I shot a large series of images at a local private rookery this spring. There were several heron nests, and I shot them every week for about 3 months. This was one of many VERY interesting images I got. I loved how this heron blends in with the Spanish Moss, and how their eyes are positioned to allow them to see downward around their beaks. THought I'd post it for some entertainment value here:

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    Senior Member Copy_Kot's Avatar
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    Jul 2006
    Up-state, NY

    Re: You can't see me, but I can see you!

    Wow, I never knew they could do that with their eye's, it hurts mine just looking at it. Another great shot Bob!

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    Nature/Wildlife Forum Co-Moderator Loupey's Avatar
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    Feb 2006
    Central Ohio

    Re: You can't see me, but I can see you!

    That's a well designed bird - ideally suited for its habitat and behavior.

    If I look at it indirectly, I can swear that the head looks like it's on upside-down
    Please do not edit or repost my images.

    See my website HERE.

    What's a Loupe for anyway?

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