Northern Mockingbird just stretching his wings
The Creative Exchange
and World Bird Wednesday
Entirely fabulous…your eye does not fail to catch the simplest gestures!
What a perfect, incredible shot!
wow…absolutely fantastic! 🙂
Gorgeous! I think that your photos should be in the National Geographic Magazine!!! 😀
I hope you’ve made a photo book of all these captures of your birds – and if not may I gently and respectfully suggest that you do You are very skilled at this and it’s a pleasure to view your work. I love the softness yet at the same time, the clarity you obtain in your shots and artful & tasteful editing.
Awesome capture – saving this moment 🙂
To my photo blog … sorry about wrong above
Oh-oh, looks like this one is ready to do something daring and dangerous! Watchit, people!
I envy you for all these perfect bird shots, Pat!
another splendid capture and the processing enhances it!
Very cute bird! Is singing voice very cute too?
The Northern mockingbird is known for its ability to imitate other birds , animals and even some mechanical sounds. Some males know as many as 200 songs. They can sing loudly all day and even on moonlit nights.
Ready for take-off.
Nice moment you caught there.
Wow – just gorgeous!
itty bitty claws, so tiny! beautiful =)
Very nice detail, especially around the eye. And great use of depth of field.
Gorgeous capture!! Love it!
Aw, so lovely! You have such talent with taking these wonderful birds pictures 🙂
Pat, this is wonderful. This bird is so lovely. And yes, it’s stretching so gracefully. First, when I looked at this bird I thought about an young ballet dancer. Perhaps, how graceful this bird is.
Pat, it’s an excellent and extremely beautiful photo work!
Your bird photos are so wonderful! Fabulous POV…right on the same plane as the bird!
A handsome photo of a noble bird 🙂
What a fantastic photo! Oh my…I’m in love with this precious bird. Thank you so much for sharing your fabulous capture!
I just love watching them stretch!
When my pet birds do it, they wiggle their little tail feathers at the same time, and nearly fal off their perches!
Thank you so much for sharing with us today at The Creative Exchange.
Have a wonderful evening, Pat!
You capture some awesome shots! The bird is cute…and well balanced…like it is in a yoga pose.
Regards and best wishes
this is such a perfect capture of this lovely bird. looks as if he is just ready to take off, and what a perfect moment you captured. Beautiful
Great shot. Good detail, color and pose.
You have captured the movement. Your sharpness makes springs variation emerges particularly clearly. I wish you a wonderful week! Zinnia
So curious the bird looks, lovely photo ….
Delicious photo, this is great and very sharp, with wings about to take flight …
A perfect pose excellently captured!
Awww..I would like to add a mocker to my life list…
Really well done photo!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Gorgeous shot of the Mocker! I always love your photos, well done!
Very, VERY nice! I am always WOWed with every visit.
LOVE the processing of this super mockingbird shot!! thanks for the visit to my Singing mocker!!
What a sweetie! We have a mockingbird alarm clock outside our window these mornings. I love it — sure beats the kind we used to need when we worked.
Very pretty against that soft BG.
I love this!
Great pose, brilliant lighting, excellent detail, slightly subdued colors… Phenomenal take!
What a beautiful capture. Love the soft tones and the feeling of a fleeting moment caught.
Beautiful and expressive capture of the dove.
Love when mockingbirds dance and dazzle.
Oh, that is fantastic! Excellent job! I love it.
wow that is so beautifully captured! love it and love the texture
Priceless! Captured at just the right moment!
This is a spectacular photo!
Nice capture and a beautiful pose on that Mocker Pat!
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