Animals / Birds / Moon Cormorant Cruising April 11, 2020April 12, 2020 Timothy Price26 Comments Cormorant buzzing the moon. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
26 thoughts on “Cormorant Cruising”
Bony legs, they are beautiful birds. I see them here as you know. ❤️
Thanks, John. They are really silly birds.
Cool picture. Are these the birds that fishermen in Southeast Asia use to catch fish for them? I’ve seen pictures where they have a collar that keeps the bird from swallowing the fish.
Hi Maj and Sher. The Chinese, Japanese and some Greeks use cormorants for fishing. I believe they mainly use great cormorants and Japanese cormorants.
Cormorant Airlines is at cruising altitude! 🙂
Hi on the moon. Thanks, Lavinia.
The Hi should have been High, but Hi kind of works in it’s own way.
Good photoshop editing 🙂
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Pretty darn cool!
I was just thinking about this guy when I was at the nature preserve. He should be coming in any day soon. How you edited this picture is SO cool!! Really great job in the dark room!! Good for you!
Thanks, Amy Rose. I thought putting the moon in the background was more interesting that him just hanging in the air.
Well caught, Sir!
All right. This gets a Maine “wowsah!” And I don’t give them lightly.
Thanks, Laurie. I’m happy you liked it.
That’s a neat image! Cormorants would be a neat surreal airline for Art Gowns.
Thanks, Resa. I have other cormorants photos if you need some.
Fun with photoshop was it Tim 😄
A bit of fun. Thanks, Julie.