August 2, 2017

Winged Randoms


The Good: Pollinators! They move pollen from flower to flower, a function that is vital to the survival of plants and the success of agriculture. 


The Random: I love birds and I like the challenge of photographing them. This bird surprised me because I don't usually seem him in our neighborhood. I think he's a green heron, although with the light coming from behind him, I could not see his color.

I still have some bird photos left from July so here are a couple more.




The Fun: Ever wish you could fly like a bird? It looks like fun, doesn't it?
Wild Bird Wednesday

11 comments:

  1. ...I'm not so fond pf photographing moving targets!

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  2. I wish I could be a bird in my next incarnation

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  3. Hello, love the butterflies and the green herons. Great sightings and photos. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  4. I'm finding butterflies to be a bit more challenging than the birds around here at least the Tiger Swallowtails I keep seeing. At least, the birds land once in a while! Great captures of all your butterflies and birds!

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  5. Great shots! The butterflies and the goose are my favorites.

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  6. Green herons tend to be rarities here as well.

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  7. All so good to see, but the first two are my favourite photographs.

    All the best Jan

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  8. Hello Linda!:) What a gorgeous Swallowtail butterfly, and I'm guessing the second image is of a fritillary. Both, as you say great pollinators, and a pleasure to see. The Green Heron, goose and Tree Sparrow are all great sightings. I have often thought how wonderful it would be to fly like a bird.:)

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  9. Céu lindo, fotos belas!
    amei a casinha de pássaro. bj

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