Mostly photos. Occasionally waffle.
HI John ...Oh I love these shots of the Reed Bunting in the dried puffs of what we call Cattails here!! The second one is just adorable!!Grace
Hi Grace,Thank you, we call them bull rushes here, well at least I do, anyway! ;)J
Great post, - lovely photos!This is perfect for WBW!Happy Easter to you!
Hi Hans,Thank you, too kind. Happy Easter to you too.J
Ooh! Those are lovely photos John, really beautiful!
Thank you Jan, you really are too kind!J
Great shots John!! "Waffle-less Wednesday"... I LOVE it!!!
Thanks Liz,Makes a change for me not to waffle on! ;)J
Cracking series in their natural habitat.
Thanks Frank, too kind.J
Lovely images John.. a lovely bird I am so lucky to have in good numbers.
Thanks Andrew,We are lucky in having good numbers of this bird too, in fact I am having regular visits to my garden at the moment.J
Great shots with the cattails!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Thanks Gary, too kind.J
Lovely images John. On top of these is certainly a good place to spot birds from now onwards.
Hi Roy,Thank you. Yes, they are always busy at the top of some reed or another!J
Thanks Pat, too kind.J
Great shots! I love the first one, with the little bit of fuzz on it's beak!
Hi Jessabelluh,Thank you for your kind words and your visit.J
John, these are wonderful, a couple of them are covered in fuzz. Precious.
Thanks Gillian, too kind.J
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Hi Bazza,I know, it has gone everywhere!J
John, these are such beautiful as well as delightful images! I love them, the sweet little birds going about life and you captured them splendidly!Happy Easter season~
Hi Mary,Thank you very much, too kind. A Happy Eater to you too.J
Awesome bokeh, Splendid photos...Cheers!
Hi Springman,I have to admit to looking up `bokeh` to see what it meant, but I thank you for your very gracious comment.J
Great photos John! The Reed Bunting is beautiful as is its perch!!
Hi Tammy,Thank you, too kind.J
Thank you Sivenden, for your kind comment and visit.J
Greetings John,My dear friend, your photos of those lovely, precious birds is a delight to behold and also displays through your photos, the essence of the kind, gentle man you truly are.With respect, peace and admiration, your way, Gary
Hi Gary,My very sincere thanks to you for your extremely kind and thoughtful words, you are a true gentleman.J
I love these photos. Do they use that material for nesting? BTW over here we're trying to contain our excitement, but we think (hope) a bluebird may be nesting in one of our new boxes. I haven't even tried to get close enough to photograph so as not to disturb her. Had I digiscoping equipment, however . . . one day, one day. But for now, I'm content to see her (and the Mr. Bluebird) through my binoculars!
Hi Susan,Thank you. I wait in anticipation for the great photos that I know you will get of these lovely birds. What a great bird to have nesting in your back yard, I am green with envy!J
A new bird for me..and a nice one! Great shot's ;)
Thanks Dominic,It just shows how many birds are taken for granted a bit in someones` country, not realising that they are not present elsewhere.J
What a cute little guy, playing in the cattail fluff!!
Hi Judy,Thank you for the comment and the visit.J
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