Sunday, May 24, 2015

Birds and Buggies

 
Indigo Bunting

Golden Alexander
Two-headed cow
 Black Locust blooms can be eaten

Baltimore Oriole
Eastern Kingbird
 Amish kids in the park

 Spotted Sandpiper

The world moves
Through the trees
Through the decades
Always beautiful to me.

14 comments:

  1. some great shots. I had to laugh though. I was expecting insects, not an actual buggy.

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  2. Hi There, Happy Pentecost today. Hope you are wearing your RED....

    Happy Memorial Day Weekend to you and yours also. Let's never forgot those who died for our freedoms... God Bless them ALL.

    Great shots of your birdies and critters... Amish Buggies are something we never see here.... Neat!

    Sorry I haven't been around much. George and I have a couple of new online programs (one is a Food Journal and one a fitness/exercise program) --so we are VERY busy increasing our exercise and getting healthier... That's my excuse and I'm sticking' with it... ha ha

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  3. It is so green! Wow. I love the red cow! Great photos.

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  4. That indigo bunting is such a pretty color. That's the first two headed cow I've ever seen :)

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  5. Great photos - love the birds!

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  6. You always have a good mix of birds , flowers, trees ,animals and a few clouds. It makes for an interesting post.

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  7. You've got some great finds here. We rarely see indigo buntings or Baltimore orioles; and both are such beautiful birds.

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  8. I really like the bird pictures, especially the bunting. The colors really seem to pop out.

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  9. I am so impressed you captured the elusive two headed cow!

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  10. Such pretty birds! Wait, what 2-headed cow?

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  11. You make me want to visit that part of the world.

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  12. I blew up the shot of the two headed cow...Hahahaaaa....I STILL can't figure it out!!
    hughugs

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  13. Oh that blue bird singing!!!

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  14. Hi OOTP - glad you're out photographing your incredible range of bird life ... so pretty - the indigo bunting, the Oriole ... love seeing the photos .. cheers Hilary

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