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    Bird, Bare Branches and Snow


    e510, 70-300mm Zuiko

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    Re: Bird, Bare Branches and Snow

    Chilly Chilly
    That's lovely

    Just this guy you know

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    Re: Bird, Bare Branches and Snow

    snow.... oh that's what that looks like.....
    great shot!!
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    Re: Bird, Bare Branches and Snow

    Jono, actually it is warmer than it was this time last week; just a durn site wetter now

    hodad66, thankee

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    Re: Bird, Bare Branches and Snow

    ok, let me know if I shouldn't be adding to this theme



    this little guy is called Kuusi-tintti

    what's your cutie called (... the bird, just incase)


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    Re: Bird, Bare Branches and Snow

    Quote Originally Posted by pellicle View Post
    ok, let me know if I shouldn't be adding to this theme



    this little guy is called Kuusi-tintti

    what's your cutie called (... the bird, just incase)

    Your lil'guy is a Sweetie!!!
    The gal in my shot is a Common Grackle
    There's a mob of them that hang near my place
    fun to watch them

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    Re: Bird, Bare Branches and Snow

    Quote Originally Posted by Lili View Post
    Your lil'guy is a Sweetie!!!
    The gal in my shot is a Common Grackle
    There's a mob of them that hang near my place
    fun to watch them
    ok ... being a little bit of an Eels fan : "I like birds"

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    Re: Bird, Bare Branches and Snow

    I really like this one...

    Nice shot,

    Doug

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    Thanks Doug

    pellicle, my kitties love watching the birdies too, tails lashing and chattering their teeth ^_^

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    Re: Bird, Bare Branches and Snow

    for a while I lived in a small cottage on "Crane Creek" here
    in Melbourne, Florida. My old cat Ozzie would watch all
    the birds but especially the Great Blue Heron as he or she
    fished to feed the kid in the nest. It was just next to my
    cottage......

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    Re: Bird, Bare Branches and Snow

    Hodad

    are you sure you're not an Australian?

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