|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Whether stepping singly across a wet meadow or filling the sky by the hundreds and thousands, Sandhill Cranes have an elegance that draws attention. These tall, gray-bodied, crimson-capped birds breed in open wetlands, fields, and prairies across North America. They group together in great numbers, filling the air with distinctive rolling cries. Mates display to each other with exuberant dances that retain a gangly grace. Sandhill Crane populations are generally strong, but isolated populations in Mississippi and Cuba are endangered.|
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perfect artistic and exciting, TFS Ori
perfect shot with blurred background and nice colors.
Artistic is the word though it could have been PSed and made more sharp. The blurred BG makes it more beautiful. Excellent POV.