"To me, photography is an art of observation. It's about finding something interesting in an ordinary place... I've found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.”
~ Elliot Erwitt
wow! up close and very personal! love that 2nd shot!
Wonderful photos of this beautiful bird! And...Thank you :)http://blogg.birgittasplace.com/
To szczęście, że miałaś aparat fotograficzny w pogotowiu i zrobiłaś mu świetne zdjęcie. Pozdrawiam.*** It's lucky that you had a camera at the ready, and he did a great photo. Yours.
WoW! The 2nd shot is stunning. Suzy
Great pictures of a cute birdie...Thank you for your visit and be careful around bees:) - Cheers from Canada.
wow darling it's amazing!!
Great shots for a bird in the wild. Greetings,Filip
Wow, love how you captured the closeups.
Perfect focus and exposure!
What great pictures - they may be picnic table pests - but I think that they do look rather good!I took some pictures of them this weekend - but not this close!Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
Wow, you must have an excellent lens to capture such great close ups, lovely captures.
Oh my. Wonderful. Love the expression on it's face. Love your photos. You should submit them to Nat Geo!
Awesome close-up capture. You did a fabulous job. So much detail and texture in the shots. You must have a great lens. I could never get anything this macro with my Canon telephoto or 50mm. genie
I like your photos very well .. great photo work....Best regards, Karin
Fantastic details of the feathers and beak!
Wow! This has to be the best bird shot I seen of yours Liz! Absolutely fantastic!
Wonderful definition on the feathers, great photo.
Beautiful! Great photos...
I'm trying to figure how his expression in the first photo!
what a great opportunity; great light too
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