Favorite Great Blue Herons in Black and White
… Suddenly I realize
That if I stepped out of my body I would break
The fabulous ladies of Lens Artistry recently asked about our favorite photos posted in 2019. As an artist I do have personal favorites, but I’m more curious about what YOU, the readers, appreciate – enough about me!
After the photos, there’s a poll where you can let me know which are your favorites. It’s been two years since I’ve done a poll, and I do hope you participate. I’m looking forward to seeing your responses.
From December 4 through January 28, 2020, my Great Blue Heron photographs are once again on display on the walls of the lobby and theater in a free one-woman show at the Summer Street Gallery, of The Center for Arts in Natick.
If you’re in the Boston or Metro West area, please stop by to see the Great Blue Herons. Many of the photos in the exhibit are being shown for the first time, and do not appear on the blog. As always, many of the photos were taken on the waterways of the Charles River watershed.
The gallery is open whenever the box office is open, so please check hours here.
And who knows, maybe I’ll see you there one day.
I’d like that.
Thanks to Cee for her B&W Challenge: Moving Water. .
Once more, thanks and kudos to the inspiring Lens Artists – Patti, Tina, Amy, and Leya – for their continuing devotion to elevating and celebrating photography.
From Patti Lens Artists Weekly Photo Challenge 77: Favorite Photos.
From Tina Lens Artists Weekly Photo Challenge 77: Favorite Images of 2019.
From Amy Lens Artists Weekly Photo Challenge 77: Favorite Photos of 2019<.
From Leya Lens Artists Weekly Photo Challenge 77: Favorite Photos of 2019.
Thanks to Erica V and WordPress for the recent WPC: Place in the World. My favorite place is where the Herons are, of course it is. And the Herons? Their place is near the water, but also on the gallery walls and my blog. How else can I share them with you?
Thanks also to Ben H and WordPress for their WPC Challenge: Liquid. The Herons are drawn to water, as am I.
During September and October, 2018, the Great Blue Herons were featured on the walls of the Natick Town Hall, located at 13 East Central Street in Natick, MA.
Remember: Walk softly and carry a long lens.™
The Tao of Feathers™
© 2020 Babsje. (https://babsjeheron.wordpress.com)
Great Blue Heron, TCAN, Five Crows, Natick, Wayland
Posted on January 19, 2020, in ardea herodias, Art, Birds, Black & White Sunday, Cee's Black & White Challenge, Great Blue Heron, Weekly Photo Challenge, Wildlife Photography and tagged # Lens-Artists, #natick, #wayland, CB&W, heron, postaday, TCAN. Bookmark the permalink. 23 Comments.