This morning the weather promised to be nice for making low-angle shots, with waders as a main target (no wind and sun). When I arrived at the spot, I found however that they were not there, that is: not at my side of the lake. Only a Common Snipe (Watersnip) and some reed birds were present. It gave me however opportunity to shoot a juvenile Bluethroat (Blauwborst) up close, as well as some more juvenile Bearded Reedlings (Baardman). So all in all it wasn’t that bad. And I had some nice company this time from another photographer, Remco ….. after I left he probably had the waders crawling all over him 😉 …..