Saturday, January 15, 2011

Sharing

 Sometimes they share so nicely...
and sometimes they don't!

17 comments:

Brian Miller said...

hehe...not too much different from us eh? and thanks for your words....

Granny Annie said...

Are those real birds and real arrangements? Your photographs are excellent.

Tabor said...

Yep...Granny...real birds and some real greenery and some from my Holiday decorations box to hide the dish...which it didn't do!

rosaria said...

No, not much different from us. Brian said it best.

Kerri said...

The little song sparrows are funny, aren't they? They have pretty big egos for such a small bird :)
Great shots.
The little titmouse is actually cowering. Looks like it doesn't want to mess with that cranky song sparrow!

Beverly said...

Great shots!!!! What lens do you use?

Kerri said...

On second look, maybe that's a cranky finch.

Pauline said...

that's quite a shot!

Hilary said...

Oh great shot, Tabor. Cranky Cardinal!

Hilary said...

Ooops that wasn't the Cardinal getting all cranky now. My mistake.

Dave King said...

Either way, they're beautiful.

slommler said...

Ha!! Not very nice there is he? Beautiful photos!!!
Well done!!!
Hugs
SueAnn

Angie said...

Tabor, your bird photos are just beautiful!! :) I never tire of looking at the birds at MY feeder---or the ones at YOUR feeders. :D

Linda said...

You are SUCH a gifted nature lover and photographer, Tabor. It's always a joy to visit here. I love the birds that visit. They are like so like us, flitting about from blog to blog looking for interesting ideas and stories to digest. This is a very entertaining post. Thank you.

One Woman's Journey said...

You are so gifted - my goal to get a decent shot of my birds. They move to fast and I am too far away.
Need to check in to upgrading camera equipment...

deb said...

I love what LInda said, about blogging being like birds flitting about.

and your photos are so clear , I adore them

Deborah Carr said...

I've been watching how amiable my chickadees and nuthatches are in contrast to the nasty aggression of the pine siskins...those kids are always fighting at the feeder.