Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Portraits during a Blizzard

Individual portraits of a few feeder birds which visited during Monday's blizzard.

Common Redpoll
Evening Grosbeak
Blue Jay
Northern Cardinal
Red-breasted Nuthatch
Good Birding!

9 comments:

Julie G. said...

A most lovely series!

kjpweb said...

Excellent shots! Well done.

Warren and Lisa Strobel said...

All I wanted for Christmas was a bird calendar featuring your art, Chris!
Happy Holidays!

forestal said...

wonderful photos as usual Chris - happy winter :)

dan

Steve said...

The Blue Jay looks super cold.

elvira pajarola said...

Oh, your bird photography is always very wonderful, but these photographs in the freezing blizzard of the sweet little feathered friends are really soooo tender....!!!!

Did they come so close to find food...?

The common redpoll with the snowflakes on his "becco" is just too sweet...., the blue jay seems to be very cold, the red cardinal
is sublime!!

Thank you so much for your always so kind comments in my Tuscany, Chris!
I am glad to be back in time to wish You and Your family a very, very
HAPPY NEW YEAR
with a lot of sunshine, happyness and health!

ciao ciao elvira

Noushka said...

Great shots, Chris!
They all look so miserable!
We've been watching the weather along the East coast from Europe, I hope the blizzard was not too harsh on you!
Lucky you to have the Red-bellied Woodpecker visiting... A bird I've never seen!
Well, happy New Year, a good health and many picture opportunities!!
Keep warm, cheers, Chris!!

Erica Houskeeper said...

These are really nice shots, Chris. (I laughed at Noushka's comment how the birds all look miserable.) I'm glad you guys finally got some decent snow in southern VT. That little Common Redpoll looks a bit flustered with the snow on his beak!

Wishing you a very happy New Year, Chris!

Debbie Miller @HooootOwl said...

Wonderful images ... especially love the Common Redpole. I have yet to see an Evening Gosbeak and Red-breasted Nuthatch ... beautiful.

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