Chickadee-dee-dee

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41 Comments on “Chickadee-dee-dee”

  1. What a terrific “pose” you’ve captured here! Isn’t it something how they can grasp a limb with their little feet?

  2. Lui says:

    I will never tire watching your bird photos, Pat!
    They seem to call to you and you to them!

  3. geanina says:

    charming bird! i like it:)

  4. RH West says:

    Is that a chickadee? That was my name a s a kid, mum called me it all the time but I never knew what they looked like! Beautiful picture and the slight texture works so well on the background 🙂

  5. hannah says:

    Looks like mine. I get so confused about the different kinds of tit.
    Parus what? Coal tit? Blue, Great? Only the crested one stands out for me.
    This one has a long tail, but is it the long-tailed one?
    Puzzling.

  6. Jeanne Stone says:

    This is a beautiful capture of this lovely little bird. Very nice processing also!

  7. lisa says:

    I swear that these birds pose for you Pat!
    Wanna hug this little guy!
    It is really such a beautiful photograph.

    Thank you so very much for sharing with us today at The Creative Exchange.

    Have a great day!

    lisa.

  8. TexWisGirl says:

    one of the cutest birds we have here in the states. 🙂

  9. Fergiemoto says:

    Love those chickadees! Such a great pose!

  10. Nancy says:

    He looks determined… thinking hard on something. 🙂 Great shot of this cutey.

  11. Jim says:

    Well hello there! What a cutie! My favourite all round bird.

  12. JM says:

    I don’t want to be boring, repeating myself, but the truth is every shot you post looks like a painting to me! 🙂 Awesome!

  13. Riet says:

    These are gorgeous photo’s.

  14. CameraCruise says:

    Beautiful!
    Love those birds.

  15. Leovi says:

    Yes, a masterful picture of this Tit-dee-dee. Greetings.

  16. Such a handsome fellow, or is it a female, in which case, a pretty bird! Margie

  17. Ahh I love those little chickadee’s…they visit me often. Your image is perfect!!

  18. Always a treat to see these little guys!

  19. Boom & Gary says:

    Great capture!! These little guys are always fun to see!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  20. Great shot. Very good composition!!!

  21. Carletta says:

    Looks like he’s looking right at you. 🙂
    I know I say it everytime but truly – lovely processing!

  22. Love your chickadee photo, they are such friendly little birds.

  23. kenschneider says:

    It’s amazing how these little guys can take on the winter cold.

  24. fjällripan says:

    Great photo of a beautiful little bird!

  25. Tricia says:

    Chickadee-dee-dee! heheheee =)

  26. eileeninmd says:

    I love your cute chick-a-dee-dee!! One of my favorites. Gorgeous photo!

  27. genie says:

    Fabulous close up shot of such a beautiful bird. The colors are wonderful. The birds have really been hanging out here because they know the food is endless. My favorite is our one little Downy woodpecker that will flit into our life and then flit out before I can get a shot of him. Your photo is lovely. genie

  28. minor says:

    Hi! Very cute bird. Charming shot! There are these kind of birds in Japan too.

  29. Beautiful photo.

    Regards and best wishes

  30. A little beauty.
    Just like our Coal Tit here.

  31. LeAnne says:

    I captured some of these yesterday and still haven’t processed them. They are playful little sprites aren’t they? Great capture.

  32. springman says:

    How do these delicate little lifeforms spend every second in the wild winds of winter and prosper? You tell me. Amazing!

  33. joo says:

    Chickadee reminds me our little tits. They are so sweet and charming:)

  34. lindamakiej says:

    what a sweet shot!!

  35. Michelle says:

    I am hearing them here too…lovely photo with texture

  36. I love chickadees! Always wonder how they get enough to eat to keep going — seems like the use more calories darting to and fro than they take in one seed at a time!

  37. I don’t know how you get your bird photos perfect every time, but you do. Great!


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