Saturday, May 1, 2010

Beautiful Spring Bird Sightings

A pretty Hermit Thrush perched amid berries


A rusty-capped Chipping Sparrow pauses atop a fence post


This handsome Eastern Bluebird pair are spending their second spring with us nesting in one of our bird houses


A Red-winged Blackbird shows off his best feature


A striking Eastern Towhee among the tree blossoms


A female House Finch croons merrily


A Northern Cardinal shows off her lovely feathers


A glorious morning for a bath at North Pond


A Yellow-rumped Warbler rests upon a fallen tree



15 comments:

B4D2USA said...

Wow! The photos all look as if they were taken out of a National Geographic magazine. Great work!

heikume said...

I agree..Wow...you really do have amazing photos. I love the one of the heron walking on the beach...but they are all great!

Faylin Myhre said...

Beautiful work! Look forward to your posts!

Kerri said...

OH Julie ~ Your first post is FANTASTIC! I am so happy you started blogging!!
Fabulous shots!!

W.T. Jones said...

Hey Julie,
Now I can finally see some of those pictures you have been hiding

W.T. Jones said...

Julie,
Pam says nice job as well. Outstanding work

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Andjelija said...

I am so excited for you that you started blogging. Your photos are absolutely beautiful Julie. Great job :-)

Cathy Ross said...

Julie ~ your blog is absolutely beautiful!! I'm so excited that you started a blog ~ these photos are lovely! Cathy

Julie G. said...

A most gracious thank you for all the kind sentiments and support. I still have a lot to learn about blogging, as this is all new to me. I am extremely touched by your especially thoughtful comments.

Wren said...

You may have a lot to learn about blogging (although you sure are off to a great start), but you could teach us all a lot about photography. These photos are WONDERFUL! Thanks for sharing & I am going to keep a lookout here.

dAwN said...

Welcome! Awesome shots as always!

forestal said...

Superb photos, love the blog :)

dan

Manuel Luis said...

Levei algum tempo, mas consegui chegar aqui. Gostava de adquirir uma D7 mas agora as coisas não estão para aventuras. Vou continuar com a minha Cânon 1000, e contentar-me com as minhas e satisfazer-me com as tuas. Adoro as tuas fotos e a tua abertura em relação a propriedade.
Antes da guerra em Angola, também tínhamos uma grande propriedade, tirava muitas fotos mas, ficou tudo para traz por causa da guerra.
Vivo no Algarve mas tenho uma casa com terreno de 7000m2 em Coimbra.
Vivo feliz e espero o mesmo de ti.
Beijo e abraço mais um sorriso.

Richardson said...

Julie, Pam says nice job as well. Outstanding work