Monday, August 23, 2010

Birds Of A Feather Flock Together


An Indigo Bunting

Something very small I see
It is really true blue
Singing just for you and me
I love this song, thank you.

Those of similar taste congregate in groups, or birds of a feather flock together.

Tastefully purple
In search of a meal, two hens near the woods.






15 comments:

  1. Great shots, love the purple.

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  2. really are great shots.
    Thanks for the comment on my blog. Hope you checked out all the posts from this latest adventure that I have been diligently putting togather[2 weeks late]all day. been really busy and doing a show last weekend. Have not heard about the challenge you mentioned. What is the address?
    Thanks for the info.

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  3. Beautiful, beautiful, love the blue bird

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  4. awesome photos. great composition. love the last shot.

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  5. An Indigo Bunting and some Turkeys. Can life get any better than this? I don't think so. And the photos are just excellent.

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  6. Oh my a blue bird! Nice captures!

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  7. I dream of the day that I can get a good picture of wild turkeys. I have now only ever seen wild turkeys twice in my life, even though they are plentiful around here.

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  8. Wonderful, colorful surprises out there on the prairie!

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  9. The Indigo stands out so nicely amid the green of the wildflowers. Adore the Wild Turkeys.

    Yep...birds of a feather to flock together.:)

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  10. Lovely photos! But I like the last one (from the top) the best! Save the best for last, huh? :)

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  11. What a beautiful blue bird and the turkeys are beautiful too. I saw one wild turkey a day in USA, but a blue bird, never.

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  12. Wonderful photos. I love the tiny blue bird. I love wild flowers too; their colors are so deep. The purple ones are extremely pretty.

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  13. GMTA- great minds think alike, another concept of the title.

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  14. I haven't seen an indigo bunting in years, they are so beautiful! Great photos.

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