adorable! bright-eyed beauty!
Bob! These are SO incredibly impressive!!!! The feather detail, poses and exposure are all PERFECT. Wow.
Like yours are, cheers Gail.
Again Bob, you have captured and presented your subject in a most perfect way. Beautiful.
Beautiful birds, which in August sometimes seen upside down. Regards.
Yes, beautiful birds as you said Giga.
excellent photo !
Lieber Bob, ich bewundere immer wieder die herrliche Farbkomposition.Einen schönen Abend wünscht dirIrmi
What a cutie
Outstanding takes indeed.
Just fabulous captures Bob!:)
Quite a bill!
Great so beautiful this bird.Greetings Tinie
You are right, beautiful bird Tinie.
Hermosas fotografías, especialmente la tercera, de este ave trepadora y las peculiares posturas que adopta.Un abrazo,
you feed our souls, Bob. I love the downward facing darlingALOHA from HonoluluComfortSpiral =^..^=
Hola Bob,bonitas y bellas imagenes del Trepador y con poses de lujo.Un abrazo
Wow!!So close Bob!!Such a beautiful bird!Great series of photos!Magnificent shots!!Dimi...
What a cheeky charmer. Every side is his/her best side.
A cheeky charmer, I will have to put it in my dictionary EC.
A fantastic capture of a great bird.peter
Thanks for your observation.
That bird looks like a sunbather.
Aha, that's funny Susie.
Up....down....upside down. Brilliant bird, brilliant images as ever Bob.
Now these are really wonderful images Bob... of a bird I see in my garden.
Bob, such a beautiful bird. Well captured!
Superb close-ups Bob!
Beautiful images of this Nuthatch.Perfect photographed, Bob.Photo 3 is my favorite.
Thanks for your comments, it's good of you to make out which you prefer Irma.
Excellent photos, Bob! It looks like he was posing for you.
Awesome closeups of the Nuthatch, Bob! Well done!
superbe la position
Oh Bob wat staat de boomkruiper er geweldig mooi op.
Yes, it is, thanks.
Wow, fantastic photos, man!
He can certainly twist his neck to look in all directions! Handsome bird.
Beautiful photos. Nuthatches are just moving into the south of Scotland, it's so lovely to start seeing them around Edinburgh.
You caught this fellow really close!