Where the Wild Grapes Grow

Linking to World Bird Wednesday


27 Comments on “Where the Wild Grapes Grow”

  1. TexWisGirl says:

    that’s beautiful, pat. 🙂

  2. petra says:

    wow, l really like how you edited this!

  3. Nancy says:

    Gorgeous — well done Pat!

  4. There is a way to tell male from female, but I don’t know how you would unless you had one pair to look at and could see that she was larger….

  5. Gail says:

    Beautiful background. This common grackle look very stately here.

  6. I cannot get over those eyes!! This is such a great image, beautifully composed.

  7. misskodee says:

    Like your choice of texture for the foliage. He looks very deep in thought.

  8. Love how you captured this gackle!

  9. Mick says:

    Great photo.

  10. Beautifully captured, great composition and love the music notes in the corner :).
    Stay inspired!

  11. Hanne Bente says:

    Beautiful picture you show.
    Wishing you a good day.
    Hanne Bente / hbt.finus.dk

  12. theconstantwalker says:

    A lovely capture..

  13. Love that black bird against the green background. Lovely Pat! Margie

  14. Boom & Gary says:

    Now that looks like spring!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  15. Lends itself to a peaceful and relaxed atmosphere. I like it!

  16. Fergiemoto says:

    Very, very, verrrrrry nice!

  17. onejackdaw says:

    A beautiful grackle in a magical setting!

  18. lisa says:

    From the composition to the depth of field, everything about this is superb!

  19. Lucky you finding that bird perched on a fence!

  20. jbcuvelier says:

    Look at that eye! I really like the composition of everything in this photo. Nice one Pat!

  21. Michelle says:

    Your texture work always inspires me. I would love to know your secrets. Mine never turn out like that!!! 🙂

  22. What a great sheen this bird has. Nice picture.


  23. BlueShell says:

    This is gorgeous!!! LOVELY!

  24. Anneli says:

    Beatliful shots!

  25. Happy grackle! Your birds pose beautifully (I think that’s another way of saying that you are very patient — and talented.) Thanks for sharing!

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