Wow....they are beautiful, good work Bob !greetings, Joop
She's got it!
Yes, the last one is better!
This is first prize.
Joop, thanks very much.Stefanie, yes, she's alright.I think that is a 3rd Phivos.Thanks a lot Leovi.
What a beauty Bob. I love the whole set of her and those nice colorful berries that they love!!
They are lovely Bob and the ones on the last post too! I was lucky enough to see them in my garden last Winter along with Fieldfares.
Cool series, Bob! I see I'm not the only one walking around with a lens pointed into the air. Sometimes, when I'm shooting around other folks and they stop to look up to where my lens is pointed I like to slip away before they have a chance to ask what I was shooting......just leave 'em guessing:)
I think your beauty has the measles...
This sequel is just as beautiful..
Gorgeous Bob. I really have to get pictures of them too!
Hi Linda, yes, the berries do make it.I haven't seen a Fieldfare this year, but I'll try on Thursday ShySongbird.Dawn, thanks a lot.That's the way to do it Chip.Oh no Dave.Wong, thank you.Yes its the time this year to get them Chris.
Excellent shots Bob. He posed really well for you there.
I had never seen a polka-dot bird, these photos are fabulous, I love!
Showing off is the phase, Keith.Elena, I shall remember that, polka-dot bird.
Hi Bob wow what a fantastic photo's they are beautifylGreetings Janny
Hi Bob!Long time no speak! Hope all is well. Lovely shots, but this is a Mistle Thrush, one of my favs! See you soon,Lewis.
Thanks Pietrzyk.Janny, yours are nice.Lewis, you absolutely right on that one, as usual. I was too busy to notice with Redwings surrounds the tree. My apologises to every one. I'll change it.