Friday, July 17, 2015

Egret with Butterfly;

The Next Day of my previous post, I found these two egrets in the rice paddy of my usual route for shopping. I vaguely noticed one of them had something in his/her beak.  There was a surprise when I downloaded the pictures Had a Butterfly☆☆☆
(You might see raindrops in the pictures as we had sprinkling of rain then.)




You can see the differences of the color of their beak. There were two of them.
Where is your head p:-)  And you look like a ballerina ♬♬♬


Thank you very much for showing up to me♡♡♡


Linking this post to "Saturday's critters", Camera-Critters

As I wished to post these egrets sooner, Linking is different from I first planed in the previous post p:-)    Thank you very much for stopping by; I always appreciate your sweet visits;  (About my header; sorry if unmatched, changed for the newer post
It's 6:00pm on 17th, my husband is out tonight; glad don't have to cook dinner(^^;)


Thank you very much for your sweet words for Typhoon, it's passed Japan taking a bit east course from my area and caused flood, damage to some area.  I thought I'll have to refrain from writing these topic:-)

22 comments:

Brocante hobbykamer said...

So beautiful white..have one nice weekend,Joan

TexWisGirl said...

i'm glad your area was spared.

love the egrets! so showy and lovely!

Alex said...

What lovely simple, elegant shots of the egrets...we have them in the UK too although I think we only have LITTLE egrets. You have really captured the shape and movement of them.
Amazing to see the butterfly - a bit sad for him! But that's Nature.

Tamago said...

Oh what cute egrets! Looks like one of them were having a little snack :-)Love the "where is your head" photo and the one looking like ballerina! I think they are very elegant-looking ballerinas :-)
Have a wonderful weekend, Miyako san!

Cynthia said...

What beautiful photographs! You must have a lot of patience to get these. Very stunning!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

What wonderful pictures of the egrets. That one with the lacy wings is stunning. Isn't it fun to download the camera and find a surprise (like the butterfly)?

I'm glad the typhoon missed you. And I think it is fine for you to share about your weather worries; I pay more attention to what is happening in the rest of the world now, because of my bloging friends! (And always want to know my friends are safe!)

Linda Kay said...

What lovely photos of the egrets, Miyako. They are such stately and graceful birds. Hugs from Texas.

doodles n daydreams said...

Th egret is beautiful and definitely looks like a ballerina in those last few shots.
You'll be glad the typhoon has passed by without too much disruption.
Greetings from New Zealand.

Diana

Margaret Adamson said...

very beautifl birds adn I especially like shot 6. Have a lovely weekend.

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako, the two beaks colors would mean you have two different species of egrets there? I am happy to hear the typhoon passed by and you are safe there. Beautiful egret images. Thank you so much for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!

EG CameraGirl said...

Wonderful photos. I especially like the one of the egret preening. ;)

bailey-road.com said...

Beautiful captures of the Egrets, Miyako. I love their showy plumes.

Latane Barton said...

I love all of the pictures but that last one was outstanding. What's that bird checking on....

Sussi said...

wonderful photos!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Such graceful birds. Lovely shots, Miyako!
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Adam Jones said...

Beautiful looking birds.

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Miyako,
Incredible photos you show us here and with a lot of humor you manage to write your post.
Sending lots of love to my Japanese friend.
Mariette

Gattina said...

Beautiful ! so elegant !

Michiko Johnson said...

Your stated shopping and Love of the picture in sprinkling raining..
I hope you will having a nice weather..
Have a nice day! Miyako San!

Anni said...

So very pretty!

Roan said...

They are truly beautiful birds!

Marie C said...

They always do remind me so much of ballerinas! Beautiful photos!