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These guys/gals like to huddle in the bushes in front of our front windows and I love to watch them.
Gorgeous, almost like posing for a postcard. 🙂
They’re so cute, especially when all puffed up.
Oo-la-la. You have gotten so good at capturing these moments. Congrats.
These cuties tend to pose on the bushes by our front window, making it easy to capture them. 🙂
Glad you enjoyed the shot.
Aw – what a cute little ball of feathers.
Thanks, Sharon. Great to see you and I hope all’s well with you and that you had a good birthday.
That’s so pretty, Janet.
There’s something adorable about a little bird all puffed up. 🙂 Thanks for being such a faithful visitor and and comment-er, Dan. I appreciate it.
You’re welcome, Janet. I only comment if I have something to say.
The bird looks very chill indeed. Love the autumnal tones.
Thanks, Karen. Happy Wednesday!
This would make a beautiful calendar cover. Nice WW ….😎
Aww, so cute. 🙂
Especially when all puffed up!
Stunning! I envy anyone with the patience and talent for wildlife photography. I can just never seem to capture any sort of critter up close, thanks to my graceless and inevitably noisy approach.
Hannah, all I had to do here was move slowly as this cutie was on a bush outside our front window. 🙂 I’m thinking it might make a lovely card.
so pretty Janet
A House Sparrow? It’s so cute all puffed up warding off the chill. I love the warm colors.
I don’t think it’s a sparrow, Deborah, but I’m not sure what it is. I’m not great at identifying birds, but I enjoy spotting them and taking photos of them. When birds puff up like that, it’s so cute.
The crown and facial markings, dark eye, the buff chest, and belly, and its beak made me think it’s a House Sparrow, but I’m an amateur birder. 🙂
I sure wish I could puff up the wool and fabric of my coats, and gloves to keep me this warm and comfortable!
Maybe a house sparrow is different from the little brown birds I think of as sparrows. Thanks!
House sparrow sounds more than a bit Harry Potter-ish, don’t you think? 🙂
The winged animal looks exceptionally chill in reality. Adore the harvest time tones…
Glad you enjoyed it. It’s gotten rather cold now, so all the little birds in our front bushes are puffing up.
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