Last year, I shared the song of the Song Sparrow. This year I not only enjoyed the Song Sparrow’s singing but a real life moment. As the saying goes, when you get an itch, scratch it. 🙂
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Not your typical bird photo. I like it, did you use flash?
No flash as I wanted to keep the golden light of the morning’s Sun. I did use flash in the afternoon which worked great to bring out the colors of these beautiful birds.
This is beautiful! It kinda reminds me of vintage postcards… the colors, I think. 🙂
Miss Sadie and the Cowboy can relate. Cheery little guy! – and I love the tendrils twining about his perch.
His perch is neat, isn’t it? I bet your dogs can relate. 🙂
Sure, Scott. You wouldn’t want to stop a good song just to scratch an itch would you?
Guess not! LOL Least he can do two things at the same time. 🙂
He looks so precarious perched on the end of that little branch. Lovely shot, Scott…
Thanks, Julie. Oh, they keep a good grip on their perches. Though I did have one in the viewfinder that suddenly disappeared. He popped right back up. 🙂
I agree with Gerry — I just love that vine! And the light is wonderful — beautiful picture!
A wonderful Blog and beautiful photos Scott Thomas.
Thanks for your visit to my Blog and your comment on your father loading the bombs on the aircraft, sounds very interesting.
I’ll pop back from time to time and catch more of your great shots.
Hi, Imac! Thank you for your comment and hope to see ya around.
My Dad was at the same field featured in the movie, 12 o’clock High.
I really like this shot. You can imagine the bird telling his buddy a story and stopping for a scratch in the middle of his story. Hey, did you submit this one to Shrew for storytelling?
No, I submitted a different photo which will tell a very interesting story.
I love this photo. You captured this little fellow at the perfect moment. Talk about being “out on a limb!”
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