Excellent set Bob. I love the last one a lot... Typical attitude but so beautiful when you capture it with a camera!
Cracking shots still plenty around here just need to see that blue and yellow thing to help with the light.
I love the first one with all their heads curving in the same direction. Just gorgeous birds!
These are beauty's..... very good pictures Bob.greetings, Joop
I wonder how did you make them all sit still and look at the same direction Bob?Their Polish name is Jemiołuszka, and comes from Jemioła (mistletoe)- your photos explain why:)
Great faces again!I wait for spring...here everything is grey! I wish you a great week!
They are so lovley! In Germany they don`t visti us;-(( I wish you a wonderful new week. Hugs from Luzia-
I still haven't seen any Bob :( :(Yours are beautiful though, please send them my way...
Love those bird, great images of them you are showing us !
A bird I have yet to see! And you have so many great shots, I am jealous again...
Beautiful birds, these. I know we have Cedar waxwings around here but I so rarely see them. I love that last image.. nicely done.
hello Bob, your blog is better than any TV because I watch again and again to your photos, images and pleasing to me as beautiful Greetings Barbara
Your header is fabulous. A nice close up indeed. What is your camera?I also like the wax wings. Never see them here. Don't know what. They are supposed to be around somewhere.
Amazing elegance! They were waiting for you! :) Greazt shots!
I love this bird, they are here now so I hope I can take some pictures of them this week. You got nice images of them. Very good!
What is your secret. How can you capture them, without scaring themaway?I wonder...
In line with others, the last one is my favourite Bob. I don't suppose they'll be around too much longer.
Keep doctoring the images Bob.......shows you care.