Monday, September 12, 2016

Guntersville Lake, September 12, 2016

Guntersville Lake, Guntersville, Alabama, USA, September 9, 2016
Temperatures were hot, but there was a nice breeze blowing when we went to a picnic at Lake Guntersville last Friday. Friends, fun, food, fellowship!

As an extra bonus, this Green Heron showed up searching for food at the lake's edge. He kept those yellow eyes on me, but he didn't fly away as some birds do as soon as they see me with my camera. Wonderful, beautiful bird!

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  1. The Green Heron sure is a bonus!

  2. Hello, pretty view of the lake. I love the green heron shot. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

  3. We are going to a lake too when it is so hot, at least your can breath there !The heron looks so beautiful and elegant !

  4. What a wonderful place with the lovely blue sky! I am happy for you that you got the little heron, too!

  5. What a big lake! I love it when birds are friendly and let me get close to photograph them, what a fun experience, and great shot, Lea!

  6. Gorgeous lake shots and the 'fine feathered friend' ~ lovely!

    Happy Week to you ~ ^_^

  7. Beautiful picnic spot -- and wonderful photo of the Green Heron -- one of my very favorite birds in all the world (and not just because he doesn't fly away everytime I see him -- I also think he is one of the most colorful and lovely birds we see in Florida).

  8. Hi Lea, What a pretty place for a picnic. Love the green heron too. A very good shot and it is a surprise he didn't get scared when he spotted you.

    Happy Blue Monday and thank you for joining in the fun.

  9. The Green Heron is lovely! Oh to picnic on that lake! My hubby's Mom is from N AL...actually a little place called Bean Rock in Parches Cove not far from Guntersville.


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