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Immature Bird Photograph -  Young Roseate Spoonbill by Kathy Gibbons

Young Roseate Spoonbill is a photograph by Kathy Gibbons which was uploaded on June 19th, 2012.

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Beautiful capture Kathy. I just adore the Roseates Spoonbills and feel so blessed we get to see them here in South Carolina. A fave and vote. :)

Kathy Gibbons replied:

I Know isnt it Great !!! I go th Florida and can never find one LOL !! Thank You ,This ones young

Great work Kathy! I agree with Melissa about composition and soft beautiful colors!!!

Kathy Gibbons replied:

Awww Thank You Roy i appreciate that very nice :)

Beautiful! Great composition and lovely light colors. Nice capture!

Kathy Gibbons replied:

Melissa ,Thank You very much ,lovely comment :) appreciate it

So gorgeous Kathy. You must have been so happy to get this close! Such soft pastel colors and the pale blue around its eye matches the water in the background. And look at those muddy feet! F/V

Kathy Gibbons replied:

I waited two hours hoping this Beauty would come closer and leave all the other birds ,it was hard to get cause there were ibis,herons,egrets,woodstorks all together feeding ,so i got very lucky and was happy! Thank You Thank You Thank you for f/v