Monday Photographers Showcase: Paul Sullivan

Great Egret(Ardea alba) with its wings wide open on a cedar stump @ Mill Creek Marsh, Secaucus, N.J.Great Egret on Atlantic White Cedar stump, Mill Creek Marsh.

Today's Photographers Showcase spotlights Paul R. Sullivan. Paul writes:

"I've been taking photos for 38 years now. I was 10 when I got my 1st camera, an Instamatic. Now with the Digital Age, my photography has improved & expanded.

"I really enjoy photographing birds with the Meadowlands being one of my favorite spots. Richard W. DeKorte Park & Mill Creek Marsh are where I go most often. It's amazing, being so close to New York City, to have this natural area available.

"Growing up in East Rutherford, I remember riding with my parents on the New Jersey Turnpike & seeing all the piles of garbage. Now that area is home to so many different species of birds. I'm never disappointed when I'm there.

"My web site is"

(Thanks, Paul!)

Two more pix follow.

Double-created cormorants(Phalacrocorax auritus)(2) one pointing with it's open wing on a tire floating in Teal Pool @ Richard
Two Double-crested Cormorants at Teal Pool, DeKorte Park

Least sandpiper(Calidris minutilla) reflecting in the water(horizontal,left) @ Richard W. DeKorte Park, Lyndhurst, N.J.
Least Sandpiper at DeKorte Park.

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