“Thanks for the lesson and I’ll see you at sundown,” says Edith the Juvenile Egret. That’s her mother in the background…
Mom had been teaching her little one how to root for snacks in the marsh mud. Now school’s out and Edith flies out to discover the rest of her watery world, levitating out of the ditch, trailed by a sister who’s just outside of this frame. More later!
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Arthur P. Johnson is an award-winning creative professional with 30+ years of experience in advertising, product development, screen writing, and television and web production. He has loved photography all his adult life and now he's doing it all the time. It's exciting, exhausting and scary, and he wouldn't have it any other way.
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