I'm still in process to review my whole photo library. I put that on my To-Do-List for this winter. It takes time, can be very boring sometimes, but I really hope the process of analyzing, sorting out, and evaluating my photos will help me to become a better photographer. The best part of this "winter task" is the fact that I discover some photos in my library that have the potential for more than being just documentary shots.
This one of a Snowy Egret, getting ready for the night among hundreds of, what I believe are Willets, is one of the images I have rediscovered. It is the type of environmental portrait of a critter that I enjoy and where I try go with my wildlife photography. The photo was made in the Bolsa Chica Ecological Preserve at the Pacific coast just minutes before sunset.