capturing the illusion
Now I know why the bird-feeder was vacant
Indeed! But what a beautiful bird (and perfect photo).
Thank you Debra! It was most certainly a case of being in the right place at the right time – a sentiment NOT shared by the chickadee 😦
I think there is more than perfect light here. You are a master photographer! I just wanted to say how much I enjoy looking at your images. Sometimes they are so amazing I am kind of stricken silent. Like: oooh, ahhh. Stuff that looks silly in print but is meaningful in the heart.
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Now I am speechless! Suffice to say, you’ve made my day 🙂
Ha! The caption made me laugh in a rather twisted way…but then everyone has to eat. I agree with Debra; that is often my reaction to your photos.
Ah, a warped sense of humor, I knew you were a kindred spirit – lol. You must know that I feel similarly when I read your poetry and prose 🙂
Thank you 🙂
Amazing shot. Poor chickadee! But hawks have to eat, too.
Oh my! Yes, we have a few of these around too. What a spectacular catch, love this perspective!! He is so stunning in all that snow.
I’ve heard them called the “sports cars” of the bird world as they are well-designed for flying in, around, and through the trees and…bird feeders.
Wow, what a magnificent shot, Maya! Beautiful bird you captured in photo, great clarity!
Thank you Amy!
That’s an amazing shot of that wonderful bird – love them when they’re flying – that long tail – so handsome – but this too is just gorgeous, with all that lovely detail in the plants, too!
Thanks! I heard someone once describe them as the sports car of hawks and it seems appropriate when you get a chance to see them zipping through the trees.
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