Thursday, July 11, 2013

Distracted...

I have lot's to do...
The hubs and I have many tenant's to look after...
A huge house and yard to take care of.
I am still organizing the photographs on my computer.
 
But I get distracted by these,
 
 



I love these Catbirds.
They pose beautifully for pictures.
I open the window, hang out, and snap away...they don't move.
 
How in the world can you get anything done,
when these beauties are hanging
"Just Outside My Window"

Photo's taken July 9, 2013
 

29 comments:

  1. Oh Debbie, these are fabulous portraits of this sweet bird! I know I spend a lot (too much) time watching birds out my windows!

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  2. I have the same problem with my chickens. I know I have tons to do but I can spend hours just looking at them. Lovely photos.

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  3. Just absolutely love all these colors. The shots are wonderful! How charming to have such a sweet distraction right out that window!!

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  4. And you posts keep me distracted from getting any work done :) It is a chain that just keeps going.

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  5. Blogging+photography+birds =
    0 productivity in other areas. Just sayin'. :)

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  6. I say watching the birds should take priority! The rest can wait, right? Great shots of your catbird!

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  7. Gorgeous shots Debbie- and how cool that they hang right outside your window!

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  8. just gorgeous!!! love that bright and alert eye!

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  9. This bird is beautiful..awesome serie images Debbie.

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  10. Great distraction and beautiful photos! I agree with Nancy..."blogging + photography + birds = 0 productivity in other areas."

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  11. But oh, what a wonderful distraction, Debbie!
    Glad you get distracted. That way, we get to see all of this beauty here. :-)

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  12. wonderful shots... really crisp & clear =)

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  13. Distractions like these birds are wonderful ones! I love his eyes and the way he lifts his head. These are great shots, Debbie.

    Of course, these birds (and your blog) are also distracting me . . . from work! But I don't mind. :-)

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  14. HI Debbie Just keep looking out and snapping the photos. These are lovely birds and well shot and excellent models. Margaret

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  15. Hi Debbie... I have had a hard time picking up the camera with all this miserable heat, then rain and muggy weather yuck!! Makes you stay inside!
    Lucky you to get these wonderful shots hanging out the window!! : )
    The Catbird might leave, but the work will be there ; )!!
    Grace

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  16. Oh, I would never let work interfere with watching these pretties. Excellent shots!

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  17. Absolutely impossible to get other things done! Wow - these are fantastic!

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  18. Yes, I Agee I spend to much time watching my birds. Yes, I sit book in hand trying to catch a glimpse as they come in for a meal or a bath. Love your sweet babies.

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  19. These are wonderful. So glad you were able to take them.

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  20. Don't get to tired with the Tenants... you poor dears:))... Love the pictures!!

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  21. Gorgeous shots, Debbie! Love the background and the catch light is awesome!

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  24. These are just fabulous photos Aunt Deb! I could watch the birds at my gram's for hours!

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  25. Beautiful photos of Catbirds. That's a species we don't have in Wis, or not that I've seen. Be careful you don't get so carried away photographing that you fall out the window!!!!

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  26. I love the contrast between the grey feathers and the copper leaves!!

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  27. Well they are a lovely little bird so I can see why you would be a bit distracted. Lots more fun, right.

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  28. Beautiful picture.

    And it's feels so good when you just pick up the camera and take a card :)

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  29. How does this bird sound?
    I was thinking about the name. Cat...

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