F/10.0, 1/400 ISO 320.
Did you hear the one about the roof?
Never mind, it’s over your head.
Interesting Fact: Sandhill Cranes mate for life, choosing their partners based on dancing displays. Displaying birds stretch their wings, pump their heads, bow, and leap into the air. Although each female usually lays two eggs, only one nestling typically survives to fledge. Mated pairs and their juvenile offspring stay together all through the winter, until the 9- to 10-month-old juveniles finally separate from their parents the following spring. ( https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Sandhill_Crane/lifehistory )
Great capture. I always enjoy first hearing them and then finding them sooo high in the sky during flight.
I know exactly what you mean, I do enjoy doing that. Thank you very much for stopping by and sharing your thoughts with us. Happy Blogging! 🙂
Thank you very much, I really appreciate your feedback. Happy Blogging! 🙂