Sundown, Moonrise, and Sunup Eastern Point Gloucester Video From Kim Smith

 

Kim writes-

Looking for butterflies on Eastern Point and videotaping the sun setting as the moon was rising. I passed Niles Pond on the drive home and stopped to admire the moonglow over the water. The following dawn brought flaming red skies, a cygnet plaintively searching for its family, and a startlingly large (at least 2 feet in height) Black-crowned Night Heron. Quawking loudly as the sun began to rise, there was a half dozen more roosting in a nearby tree.

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6 Responses to Sundown, Moonrise, and Sunup Eastern Point Gloucester Video From Kim Smith

  1. H. A. says:

    Fabulous footage!!! Many thanks! Was this taken with the “Joey Approved” video camera?

  2. Thank you so much H. A.

    I am using a Canon Vixia HF S21, which I purchased after much consideration. For several reasons I chose the HF S21 over similarly priced video cameras, but especially after comparing color samples, the Canon HF S21 was the most true.

  3. captmard says:

    Great video, Kim.
    I’ll bet your heart rate shot up when the Night Heron flew across the face of the rising sun, just as you told it to.

  4. Sharon says:

    Fantastic, Kim! Niles Pond is my spot for quietude and communing with Nature. Thanks so much for sharing!

  5. Jane M Gibbs says:

    Wonderful, Kim. Thank you for sharing these special moments with nature.

  6. Thank you Marty, Sharon, and Jane for your enthusiastic comments. Marty, it was the swan that flew across the face of the sun; both birds were amazingly beautiful!!!

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