where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 1, 2015 § 46 Comments
the seed bell
dee dee dee
Tagged: bird, bird feeder, black-capped chickadee, chickadee, feathers, seeds, shy, song bird, wildlife
Such sweet looking birds.
fine fun to see and say, simple songs do sing
Lovely alliteration Doug.
That’s lovely that is 🙂
Ahhh what an awesome sweet bird photo!! Happy Near Year Hugz from Lisa and Bear! I look forward to your 2015 photos!
great shot, simply gorgeous,
Beautiful! I can hear it!
Ringing in the New Year!
Such a sweet bird, dee-dee-dee!
Beautiful melodic poetry. Happy new year!
Thanks! And Happy New Year to you too!
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There is one pigeon that can only survive by eating the fruit of a particular plant… the link doesn’t say which plant though.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White-crowned_pigeon – They are a protected bird. Found in the Florida Keys.
I went to the state park site that we visited but couldn’t find the plant/ berries/ fruit that it eats.
Best to you and yours! Hugs Jules.
excellent shot and happy New Year to you
Lovely work! Sometimes with birds you have to wait for quite a while before you get your shot. It takes some patience. Some food for the birds surely help 🙂
Great work, thank you for sharing!
Have a great 2015!
dee dee dee … Have an amazing year ahead!
That one beautiful little bird, and what a lovely capture.
Have a wonderful 2015!
I love this little bird, Happy New Year!
Hello, leaf and twig. I have been following you for over a year or more. I always leave a like and enjoy your pictures and poems so much. I think I have commented a few times in the distant past. I don’t think I have received a visit from you or a like. That is OK. You have so many followers I know it must be difficult to visit them all. I am thinning out my following list and will be saying goodbye to you. The best in the coming year.
Keep those superb photos coming! (I’m so glad that birds miraculously survived the mass extinction event that wiped out all of the other dinosaurs! Birds, of course, are a type of dinosaur… and it’s probably their small size that saved them.)
Hoping you have a healthy and enlightening New Year!
Nice view of upside down bird.
Thanks Lee. Wishing you all the best in the new year.
Hanging around upside down! Jane
Happy New Year Jane!
Wow, look at the feathers?! I can reach out and touch them….
Reblogged this on Voices and Visions.
Sharon, thank you for all the sharing/reblogging you’ve done – and for letting me know. I really appreciate it. Wishing you all of the very best in 2015. Cheers, Catherine
Very beautiful! 🙂
Great shot. I am wanting to create a seeding and water station near a flower bed this year. Hopefully I can get some great remote shots.
Fantastic close up of this sweet little chickadee! I depend on these sweet little songbirds to entertain me all winter long!
Very cute. The poem captures the essence of a chickadee so well!
Sweet little bird, and pretty hardy too. 🙂
Reblogged this on Mary Burns, Seeker of Truth and Beauty.
Mary, Thanks for sharing me with your readers. Best, Catherine
Ooh I like the rhythm of this one – sing-song rhythm, lovely.
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