Green Heron Channeling Don King for Wordless & Wild Bird Wednesday
Thanks once again to Stewart Moncton for the Wild Bird Wednesday prompt.
Thanks to Wordless Wednesday for the Wordless Wednesday challenge.
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(This photo was taken September 2007.)
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Posted on December 4, 2013, in Art, Bird photography, Birds, Green Heron, Heron, Nature, Nature Photography, Photography, postaday, Wild Bird Wednesday, Wildlife Photography, Wordless Wednesday and tagged heron, postaday. Bookmark the permalink. 29 Comments.
WOW! Love the do!
Hi Cindy – So glad you like it, its one of the most amusing coiffures in the bird world I think! Thanks for commenting.
That is a beautiful shot….wow
Thanks for your kind words, I’m glad you like it. The first time I ever saw a green heron, it looked like this. It was a while before I saw one with a normal head of feathers.
That is an awesome picture of the Green Heron! Thanks for posting! Thats really neat!
Oh I’m so glad you feel that way! Green herons are less classically “beautiful” than the great blues, but I have a soft spot for them. Thanks for your kind words.
Glad you like it. I think if the heron is not channeling Don King, then maybe the Bride of Frankenstein, a la Madeleine Kahn in that wonderful film, “Young Frankenstein.” Thanks for commenting!
Fantastic pic of this startled green heron, Babsje. 🙂
Thanks for your kind compliment. I’ve been following your recent travels – they’re all fascinating posts but that caiman definitely got my attention!
Indeed, lol! Thanks!
LOL..that is Don Kings hair…you got that right! Boy birds do have more bad hair days than we all realize-tee hee!
Giggling, you’re right – my worst bad hair day fell just shy of the Don King efect. Glad you like it, Robbie, thanks for your kind words!
OMG, s/he looks hysterical. The Phyllis Diller look, but you’re probably not old enough to remember her! 😀
Au contraire, I definitely remember Phyllis Diller, and can’t believe I missed the comparison, good call! Glad you like the green heron, thanks for your great comment.
Great comparison image….. made me smile
Glad it brought a smile! Many thanks for your kind words. Best, Babsje
I rather like your ‘channeling’ photos-this one made me laugh out loud-so thank you! 🙂
I’m glad this one made you laugh, thanks for letting me know and for your kind comment. The herons seem to be having fun channeling celebrities!
I do love the heron photo. So peaceful and cute hair. I guess nature is the one thing we can count on. cheers Nora.
Thanks for your thoughtful comment, Nora! I’m glad you like the herons and nature, both.
He has the same hairstyle I have. hahaha
Sooo cute .. if a bird can be cue. ~~~~ : – )
Thank you! Yes, I. Do thik that birds can be cute. 🙂
Wow – there are always surprises, aren’t there? Love it.
Glad you like it, many thanks for your kind comment!
This is great! I wonder if Don King got his hair styling tips from Mother Nature-
Hmmm, I wonder where he got that coiffure, myself! Thanks for the kind words, glad you like this one!
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