January 27, 2018

A Bit of Nature, Late January

Bluejay.


I've seen plenty of birds this winter, and quite a few other critters. I happened to spot this black cat near Strasburg, watching his world in the late afternoon. For his second pose,  I used a couple of filters in Movavi including one called Acid.

Photo number four is a white-throated sparrow.





I mentioned Canada Geese on Wednesday. We've been seeing so many of them!


13 comments:

  1. You captured some beautiful images. Happy Sunday to you.

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  2. Hello Linda!:) Lovely nature, and kitty captures.:)

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  3. Pretty photos. Love the kitty (I am partial to cats)...and love the filter you used!
    Thanks so much for letting us share a bit of your world today by linking in at I'd Rather B Birdin'.

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  4. Hello, love the Jay capture. The black kitty is cute. Pretty geese images, the last flight shot is great. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Sunday, enjoy you day and new week ahead.

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  5. Great photos! I love cats!
    The Blue Jays here are very camera-shy. Wish I could get as good a photo as you did

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  6. Saw a few of the sparrows today.love the cat in the red light

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  7. Wonderful photos. The little cat looks deep in thought, like the filter. The bluejay looks as though he posed for you.

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  8. Beautiful photos! Love the kitty :)

    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

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  9. You should join our Sunday Selfies blog hop with that Blue Jay photo. We really like your art. XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy and Sawyer

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  10. That cat is my favourite, but of course I'm quite partial to felines!

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  11. Great bird photos! The black cat one with the orange background would be a great one to use for a Halloween picture.

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  12. great captures and pretty lighting in all of them!!!

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