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Saturday, November 28, 2015

Bathing Beauties

It wasn't light enough to shoot my bathing beauties through the glass door but I think their personalities come through.

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I realize assigning personalities to animals is debatable but I do it anyway.

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The first two shots are of a brown thrasher.

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The female cardinal above and the sparrow below appeared calm, cool and collected.

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Then the sparrow looked like it was skating.

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The male cardinal was all puffed out in the bath.

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I had a chipmunk getting water on my deck but didn't manage to get the shot.

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The carolina wrens were too fast for me to shoot.

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I can almost always photograph cardinals on my deck because there are so many of them.

8 comments:

Une Angevine said...

oh mignons

YTSL said...

I too assign personalities to animals -- including animal plushies! ;b

Photo Cache said...

I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

lissa said...

I think birds are hard to shoot as they are always moving but these are pretty good.

hope you have a lovely day.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

You are so lucky to have so many cardinals --. And your birds definitely have personalities. I don't care what anybody says!!!

Indrani said...

Wonderful visitors you have. :)

Annie said...

I love your bird photos - they have lots of personality and it shows in your pics! That fluffed up cardinal looks very regal and content.

NatureStop said...

You are really lucky to have these beautiful visitors! Wish you a Fantastic 2016!

Shantana

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