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Specializing in Florida Everglades and Biscayne Bay

Featured Print of the Month

Ghost

This is a special photograph. It was taken on May 26, 2012, at approximately 9 am, on Biscayne Bay. Why is this special? This is a rare albino yellow-crowned night heron. That morning, I had been photographing wading birds for over two hours. The tide was coming in, so the water levels were becoming too high for most of the birds which consist of little blue herons, snowy egrets, yellow crowned night herons, white ibises and great white egrets. I decided to stay out on the water and simply drift in my canoe, as the birds were becoming scarcer. There was one exception; from a distance, I spotted a white bird near some small mangrove trees. It was still wading and search for food and judging from its size, it was too small to be a great white egret. My first thought was, "just another white ibis", but I paddled toward it anyway. As I got closer, it became clearer that this was not an ibis, nor was it a great white egret or snowy egret. What could it be? I took a shot with my telephoto lens and examined the photo in my camera. I saw a totally white bird with yellow beak and legs, and my gosh, bright red eyes! Everything about it told me it was a night heron; its eyes, its beak and body shapes, how it foraged in the water. The bird allowed me to approach it and from about 20 feet away, I continued to photograph it while it searched for food. After about 30 minutes, it hopped up onto the branch you see in the photo and soon disappeared into the shadows of the mangroves. I later contacted David Sibley, world reknowned bird expert, and he confirmed that it was indeed, an albino bird. The best part of this story is that I continued to see and photograph the special bird for the next two years. 

Ghost was printed in September of 2013 for my gallery exhibit at Dante Fascell Visitor Center of Biscayne National Park. It was displayed from February 28 to June 1, 2014. it is printed on fine art photometallic paper, 30x20, and matted and framed (approximately 36"x 26" total dimension with mat and frame). It will never be printed again, so this is the only edition and the only print within the edition.

 

 

 

Stock Photographs at Alamy

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