a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Friday, January 1, 2010

I Need The Mother Bear


of cameras

so I can zoom and focus on these beauties.

Taking flight with dog food

Choosing the perfect seeds

He waits for those we have fattened.

11 comments:

Journaling Woman said...

Yes, you may need a camera that zooms, but you do a fabulous job with what you have.

Nezzy said...

Don't forget super high speed also. I am in awe of your pics anyway. I chased Mambo my cat out of the feeders twice yesterday. My other cat who was devoured by coyotes this spring could care less but OOoooo not Mambo.

Happy New Year!

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Birds are the toughest subject to photograph! Even with a tp of the line camera it can be quite challenge. I think your photos are pretty good. Especially the action shot.

I bet the predators appreciate how well you feed your birds, too.


~Lisa

An English Shepherd said...

Cool pics, looked good to me :-)

Wizz

ellen abbott said...

We have a lot of cardinals out here. I have a bay window that looks out on the yard flanked by yew trees. Chickadees, a warbler of some sort, cardinals, mockingbird and others are very busy out the window.

Breathe said...

Looks like the hawk is reading the menu! LOL

I agree, you have a great eye and love what you find to shoot...

Tina said...

Dog food, huh...I have plenty of that and will have to try some. Good shot of that cardinal...and you are so right..mr hawk is waiting for that juicy fat one..usually a dove at my feeders!

Queen-Size funny bone said...

we have a hawk that perches on our telephone pole waiting for anything to come by.

Lori E said...

Oh I wish we had cardinals here. They are so pretty. We do have thrushes that are pretty though. And also lots of hawks here. They sit on the light standards at the side of the main roads.

The Green Stone Woman said...

I don't even know what kind of birds we have here in town. I know there are a lot of crows. They seem to own the territory. No birds of prey here as far as I know. I did see the picked apart carcass of a seagull once. I wonder what got it?

Pat said...

I enjoy taking photos of birds, too, and they are hard to get because they move so fast.

What kind of camera do you use?

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