Monday, January 22, 2007


I spent last Sunday on the Broad River with my new fly rod. A great blue heron was fishing just upstream, and was apparently much more skilled.

I spent an hour following him up the river, picking up fishing tips and snapping photos with my Rebel (70/300 lens and Kodak HD400 film - for those that care.)

Clicking either photograph will take you to my photographic tile boxes and other items with that image.

posted by Carl Bryant @ 11:26 AM   6 comments Literary Shirts

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At 11:37 AM, Blogger SarahJane said...

great picture, carl. i take it you didn't catch many fishes.



At 11:42 AM, Blogger Carl Bryant said...

Actually, Sarah...

I fell in love with the heron and forgot about my flyrod.



At 1:16 AM, Blogger LKD said...

What a beautiful photograph, Carl.

It almost looks like a painting.

In my next life, I think I'd like to be a blue heron.



At 8:45 PM, Blogger Collin said...

Yes, lovely photos.



At 1:28 AM, Blogger Carl Bryant said...

Thanks, Laurel and Collin.

I've been getting lots of mileage from that camera. I told myself that it would be cheaper to buy a film body because decent digitals are still so expensive. After months of spending a hundred bucks a week on film and lab fees, I'm wondering if that was such a bright idea.



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