Disabled Killdeer Reflected  by jgpittenger

Disabled Killdeer Reflected

We found this lonely killdeer on our hike. It wasn't until I got the photo home to my computer that I realized he has a deformed leg. Maybe that's why he was all alone. Nature can be cruel at times for sure.
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Awesome! You nailed a great capture! FAV! May I pin it, please?
June 2nd, 2020  
Wonderful reflection!
June 2nd, 2020  
June 2nd, 2020  
Wonderful capture and reflection!
June 2nd, 2020  
@jgpittenger Pinned and thank you!
June 2nd, 2020  
Marvelous reflection - the details is so good. Love killdeers.
June 2nd, 2020  
Beautiful shot. Love the reflection. Amazing how the camera helps us see.
June 2nd, 2020  
This is a sad scene, as nature will be hard on this little one. I do like how the bird blends into the background above and pops against the water in the reflection.
June 2nd, 2020  
Ahhh!! Poor little bird. Seems to be doing ok so far. Hope it can continue with just the one leg.
June 2nd, 2020  
Fantastic... love the reflection!
June 2nd, 2020  
Oh shame, hope he can survive! gorgeous capture and amazing reflection.
June 2nd, 2020  
Great composition and reflections.
June 2nd, 2020  
wonderful capture
June 2nd, 2020  
I think he is beautiful. Last time we owned hamsters, I deliberately chose the ones with the slightly odd eyes and the little runt of the litter. Something about being the ones left out that makes me want to take them home and look after them. I want to rescue this bird too. Wonderful photograph
June 2nd, 2020  
Beautiful bird
June 2nd, 2020  
just simply beautiful
June 2nd, 2020  
Lovely detail on this little fellow and great reflection. We often see seagulls with deformed legs or missing feet and they appear to do well and aren't cast out. I hope this little guy will be ok.
June 2nd, 2020  
Well spotted!
June 2nd, 2020  
What a shame, but he looks like a fighter, love the reflection, fav
June 2nd, 2020  
Fabulous capture
June 2nd, 2020  
Nice, also a clever shot and angle
June 2nd, 2020  
Sad to See it this way. But it seems to be managing.
June 2nd, 2020  
So interesting how camouflaged the bird is in its real world setting, yet so distinctly clear in its reflection. I wonder what this means for how the bird is faring in its world?
June 4th, 2020  
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