Friday, November 10, 2017

Playing Hard To Get...

A had a fun photo shoot with a Carolina Wren...
He knew I was at the window, that I wanted a picture, and preferred to play hard to get!
What I love about these pictures is how much feather detail they show.
All the "fluffiness"...



all the different shades of brown, that there is even a little gray in there...




and look at those pretty stripes in his tail.

What a wonder...what a thrill to be able to interact with the birds in this way!!
Lucky me!!

Sharing today with 
Eileen at Viewing Nature With Eileen

22 comments:

  1. Hello, love the sweet wren and their song. The last photo is my favorite, he noticed you. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend

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    1. PS, thank so much for linking up this post too. I love the sweet wren! Happy weekend!

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  2. the C wren isn't much to look at, but they have a pair of lungs on 'em. Love to listen to them sing. And boy can they sing.

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  3. And you share your good fortune with us. Beautiful, Debbie!

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  4. You certainly get some fine sightings.

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  5. -grin- What a little tease!!!!!!!

    And what a little 'cutie pie'... I just love wrens!

    Love their song, their littleness, their perkiness, etc. Just love 'em!

    Yes, you certainly have a wonderful photo taking setup!

    "Jenny Wren" hugs,
    Luna Crone

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  6. You won out...the last picture is perfect!

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  7. Linda series of that lovely bird, Debbie Precious photos friend !!
    Buen fin de semana.
    Besos..

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  8. Awww - what a cutie. I can imagine the fun you had with this little bird!

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  9. I love wrens! You managed to get some adorable shots, well done!
    Have a wonderful weekend :)

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  10. What a wonderful series of photographs and that last one is just super!
    Wishing you a good weekend.

    All the best Jan

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  11. Little wrens just sing their little hearts out, don't they? Love his puffiness....and your photos! Hugs!

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  12. What wonderful pictures Debbie. Works of art everyone of them.

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  13. Lucky you, indeed. I love the fat, fluffed up feathers.

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  14. Great shots. Some of your other birds are much more cooperative.

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  15. Yes, indeed, lucky you! I love how you enteract with your birds and other critters. That is such a beautiful little bird and the colors are lovely. He is a fluffy one for sure.
    Blessings and hugs~

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  16. Magnificent wren macro shots!

    Happy Weekend,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  17. Of course, but also showing off really well for you too!

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  18. Maybe he was camera shy. He did have some fluffy looking feathers.

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  19. LOL! I've always liked how their down-turned beak makes them look grumpy. Probably a male which would explain the lack of cooperation. ;-)

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