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Mid March so many cranes had already dispersed. We went out at 5am and saw about 100 cranes waking up. At first they were quite far away but gradually they came very close to the bridge and we got great photos and saw them in...More
Try to go before sunrise. Yes, only in winter. Dress warm. Set up your camera and tripod. Enjoy the beautiful pink light with steaming river. As the sunrise how the light shine through and the beautiful cranes moves slowly on the riverbed. So beautiful.
Arrive at dawn (before if you hope for tripod space during the peak weeks of winter) and be amazed at the sight of a hundred or more Red-crowned Cranes sleeping and waking up in the early morning light. I have been visiting for more than...More