where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 10, 2015 § 26 Comments
the masked bandit
pillages the crabapples
Tagged: bandit, birds, bohemian, bohemian waxwing, defiance, masks, outdoors, pillage, portrait, trees
Great clarity in the photo. Is this a common species in your area?
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Great haiku. Also fantastic to see a birdie getting a free feed in winter. Here in Summer we buy cherries at $20.00 a kilo to feed our hungry blackbirds
He does look like a cute little Bandit! Very pretty bird! Happy Tuesday! Hugz Lisa and Bear
ha ha very good, never thought of them as masked bandits but in future when the bluetits pinch all my cherries I will do!
So many birds so many worlds. In living color; HD.
Love the look on the birds face.
Lovely Little Bandit though 🙂
What a nice fat bird…..stuffed with apples no doubt.
Love the picture and your poem. The bird is fascinating.
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I love your poetry, brief but evocative and beautiful.
A handsome bandit at that!
One off my favorite birds
So very pretty.
Awesome capture. I have always wanted to be talented in many things in life and art, photography and singing were part of that list. Needless to say I have been blessed with neither of those talents but I surely can appreciate it when I see it.
He looks like smooth criminal!
Very beautiful photo!
I loved the photo.
Gorgeous birds, they are!
Beautifully masked he is!
Adorable and fun!
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