My Controlled Chaos
Well I saw the 1st picture when you posted on FB and it was touching but I just checked here and saw the 2nd photo and OMG seeing that full on view is absolutely amazing Robin. I mean the coolest!! You are so good at this I'm in awe. The best to you. AnnieO
You've captured the moment beautifully, as always!
Very acrobatic. Cool pics Robin. Have a great weekend.
Wow! Outstanding action images! Terrific, as always!
Great captures; especially like the second.
Hi Robin...Darn.. that first one is some cute... great clicking! lolGrace
wOW, All you guys! Annie, Karen, Frank, Julie, Holding and Grace, thank you so much for viewing and commmenting. I love swallows for their flight and for their friendliness, too
Hi Robin,These are very dynamic shots, I love them! Well done it was probably not so easy to capture especially the second one...
Chris, thanks. It did take a lot of time in the saddle waiting. And the one on the bottom was somewhat lucky as the bird didn't know I was there anymore and flew right at me!
Great photos Robin!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Stunning images Robin
This vision quest stuff! Leaves me speechless. Your header is amazing BTW.Bravo! ;-)WBW
Awesome! The first photo is stunning!
Great in-flight photos.
Andrew, Joo, Springman, Modesto, Mick, Gary and Boom, thank you all so much for the views and comments. You guys make it worth the effort.
Springman, I'm pleased you like the banner! The dog is, too. :)
That first shot is beyond beautiful and to capture one head on is just amazing. Bravo!!!
Stunning photos, I dont know how you manage to take them, just fantastic!!
Hi there - great photos. If your swallows are starting to fly must mean it will be summer with us soon!Cheers Stewart M - Australia
Arija, fjallripan and Stewart, I heartily thank you all for the views and comments. Stewart, I'll miss the swallows, but it will help me get through the winter a little to know that there are those to our south who look forward to them, too.
What a beautiful shot of the Swallow and fledglings! It's amazing that they can feed on the wing! The second shot looks like he's headed right at you!
Thank you, Pat. I can't get enough of them honestly. They'll all be gone soon as migration has already begun around here. It will be sad.
Fantastic captures, Robin! The first image is enchanting. Re migration, I read that on Plum Island thousands are on the move. I am tempted to drive up there.
Beautiful action images. Wonderful photo work.
Hilke, thank you. You know what it takes to get those kinds of images, so I really appreciate your high regard. And thank you Neil and Fotokarusellen, too.
great shots! thanks for finding my blog so i could come back here and find yours! :)
I am constantly amazed by the pics you get of birds and acn't even begin to iamgine how you do it!
The first shot is such a parent picture. The wonders of the modern camera allows the second picture to make the swallow almost within arm's reach!Chrissie PissieAugust 13, 2011 08:44 AM