Saturday, February 27, 2016

Saturday Critters ~ 115 ~

Last Saturday I shared a variety of images of the most popular birds that visit the backyard feeders.
Two of those images were of a Female Downy Woodpecker.
She and I had spent a lot of time together that day.
Picture after picture, she was trying to outshine all the other birds.
She appeared in front of my lens so many times, there were times I felt she was the only one there.

Today, I want to share the images that did not make the cut last week, 
some of them were pretty special...
as she really showed off her desire to be photographed!!








17 comments:

  1. Hello Debbie!:) Wow! She did pose nicely for you, and your images are so beautiful. The Female Downy Woodpecker was the photo I liked best last Saturday. How lucky you are to have this bird visit your garden. Enjoy your weekend Debbie,... perhaps she will make a return visit, and you can share some more shots of this lovely Woodie!

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  2. im jealous the way they posed for you. I must have a loud demeanor about me.

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  3. She sits still much better than mine do! Very nice!

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  4. Oh so very, very special. I love these, Debbie. :)

    xoxo

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  5. She is sitting so well.
    I feel that I could reach out to my computer screen and touch her!

    Lovely photo's you've shared, thank you.

    Wishing you a good weekend

    All the best Jan

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  6. Hello Debbie, the female Downy is a beautiful poser. I always enjoy watching them in my yard. Great photos! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!

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  7. Debbie, these photos are gorgeous, especially the first one.
    And what a sweet little one!

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  8. I need to get you to give me lessons!

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  9. She's beautiful! No wonder she wanted her picture made!

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  10. How do you do it; these photos are fantastic. She is a lovely bird and I can tell she has a personality too; it shows up in the pictures. I think you should enter your photos of birds in some kind of a contest. Blessings and hugs!

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  11. Fabulous photos! She's very beautiful.

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  12. It's so good to be alive! Chirp, chirp ... tweet, tweet!

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  13. Wow you captured such great shots of her, yep I think she wanted to be noticed, using the sunshine to highlight her beauty!

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  14. She's lovely! She knew we wanted to see her. :)

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