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They are tiny - and fast - they almost blur as they move thru the greenery!
WOW WOW WOW you did it Lavender! That didn't take long to cross the Fricken Fairies off your 'good photograph' list ... or are the females and juveniles on the list too ;)
Oh my, what a beautiful shade of blue! This is a wonderful photograph. You are too hard on yourself.
Looks like a butterfly
Anon (((Blushing)))) Aw, this is not so hot - I want shots National Geographic drives a truck load of money up to my door for HAHAHAHAH!!! But if it looks like a good shot, maybe I just need to have the peepers checked? Ive got a chick pic to come!!!! Thank you Anon!Ces That blue is outrageous, glad you like it too! Youre probally right, Ive been told Im too hard on myself before, enough times to say, you know, maybe they are right? Thanks Ces!!Pawhealer ROFL!!! Actually there is a butterfly with these colours, but - wow! They are even harder to get any kind of shot of :)
Hi Everyone Im behind the eight ball today folks, deep digeridoo! So I may not be out to blogs today, if not I will definately see you all tommorrow! Thanks for understanding, have a better one than I am!
Fluffy little fellow, isn't he? What a cutie!
BetteJo They are so adorable, the first time I saw them I thought they couldnt be real LOL!
I love that shade of blue. And such an adorable lil fellow too.
I love that picture very much
Another gorgeous bird pic.
What a cutie! He looks so proud and sure of himself, all puffed up and with that lovely long feathery tail.
Nick Tehehe They are adorable little fluffballs, they are always a treat in the garden! MySpace Thanks MySpace!Captain I got lucky here! :)Catherine Youve pegged him! He is a proud pappa bird, I have a chick pic to share soon!
What a darling little ball of feathers. Reminds me of a Christmas ornament.
Oh Periette! What a grand idea! You might know Ive been talking about making little faux-birds, perhaps I will give them a try...Im in the market for a new hobby....but Id never thought of making them as christmas tree ornaments, what a grand idea!
What an amazing bird. The color is fantastic. He looks small. Is he the size of a chickadee?? Or a winter wren?
Bevson Well spotted! He is just about a 1/2 inch smaller than the Black-Capped Chickadee...they were one of my fave birds in the US - such cheerful calls they have! :)
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