~ Cormorant Deference Dance ~ Weekly Photo Challenge – Dance ~

A Double-crested Cormorant riding driftwood in the tide performed a series of submissive moves, as it approached and passed a dominant Double-crested Cormorant.

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Notice how stark still the dominant bird remains upon its stationary float. This happened quite a distance out in the bay from where I stood, so the shots are cropped, and I increased saturation.


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8 Responses to ~ Cormorant Deference Dance ~ Weekly Photo Challenge – Dance ~

  1. If only I had JavaScript 😢
    Would it be possible, just maybe, next time you’re at the beach to take some close up shots of the pebbles and rocks and the water line?

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  3. I love cormorants, Lindy. These shots are wonderful.


  4. Lindy Le Coq says:

    Thank you so much, Janet. Your egret shot today was stunning!!!

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