Thursday, 9 May 2013

NatureFootstep: Winged #87

NatureFootstep is a wonderful Swedish site that runs themed photo challenges, or 'memes' each week between Sunday and Thursday.


 Sunday - 'Water', Monday - 'Light', Tuesday - 'Blo-Ma', Wednesday - 'Abstract', Thursday - 'Winged'


This is my first entry for the Thursday theme of 'Winged' 

BLUE TIT
Blue Tit 13

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30 comments:

  1. nice shot of the little Blue Tit. :)

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  2. Gorgeous shot! The blue tit is one of my favorite birds.

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    1. Thanks Gunilla :-)) They are one of my favourites, too.

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  3. Oh, how I wish one of these beauties would come to visit me. Such a beautifully colored bird. genie

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    1. I get lots of them here, they are one of the most common birds, along with Chaffinches, Robins and Sparrows.

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  4. Lovely pic of a Blue Tit!!

    Reply: He came and left again when he realized he wasn't getting anything to eat :)

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  5. What a photo, Mitch! Fabulous!
    Thanks for your visit and words dropped on my entry...

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  6. Great capture of the blue tit.

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  7. What a cute bird. Great shot of the Blue Tit!

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    1. He certainly is :-)) Thanks for your comment.

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  9. lovely little bird, our spring birds are returning this month-the hummers, baltimore orioles, and lots of little ones

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    1. Thanks Kathy. I'd love to have hummers visit, but we don't have them in the UK unfortunately.

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  10. That is such a cute little bird. Looking forward to seeing your entries for this group.

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  11. Sadly we see very few birds in our garden in London. An occasional blue tit but more likely an ungainly wood pigeon. The other day a large crow visited our garden and ate one of the frogs from the pond!

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    1. I don't get a lot of birds in my garden either, but that's because my neighbour's cat spends most of it's time patrolling there. However, there are many great places locally for photographing birds. This shot was taken at the Bosherston Lily Ponds.

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  12. AWWWW he is so cute .I havent seen one .

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    1. Thanks Fatos :-)) I think they are only found in the cooler northern countries.

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  13. Such a sweet little character beautifully photographed! Love the bokeh!

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