Linking to Macro Monday
and Texture Tuesday
Cute wild life!!! Cheers Nonoy Manga
some pretty cardinal sent me over from your sunday best, but then i saw this cute guy and and was drawn in by that little speckled chest. 😉
The detail of his/her chest feathers is great!
Ist das ein hübscher Voge!!
handsome fella 🙂
Nice capture…love all you pics here!
love this. miss seeing the young ones as we only get adults during winter.
So different from our European Robin! Really beautiful 🙂
Such a pretty pretty young thing!
Such a lovely close-up!
Look at that innocent expression!
We were just talking about the Robins in our garden this morning. They have had such a difficult time this summer bringing their young to maturity because of the other birds and the squirrels eating their eggs and young.
They do have to be ever vigilant against Blue Jays, Grackles, squirrels and the occasional roving cat around her too!
Wow, you got a good shot! They really have such interesting markings at the stage.
What a great shot of the Robin. He seems to be just pleased as punch to pose for you.
Lovely little baby — you captured his soft downy feathers beautifully!
Fantastic shot ~ so cute (A Creative Harbor)
Magnificent shot, I like how you captured the beauty of plumage.
What fantastic detail, Pat! Such a cute little one.
Pat, neat capture of the patchy red breast of a young Robin.
beautiful capture!! like, like, like…:)
Amazing photo of this Robin. The detail is exquisite! Thank you for stopping to visit me. Enjoy the rest of your week.
What a cute guy – great shot you got of him 🙂
So pretty…yet so fragile and nearly helpless….can’t help but love birds!!! Great photo Pat.
What a beautiful face on this little guy.
The detail you have captured in the feathers is wonderful.
You’ve captured a really lovely shot of the robin, great macro.
He looks deep in thought, wondering where his next worm is 🙂
What a great shot! I love how the little one looks like s/he’s posing.
its looking to u 🙂
Reflections | Tumblr | Snapshot
Hi there – you really can tell that this robin is a sort of thrush from this picture – great texture.
Nice picture. They are adorable to watch.
You get the best shots! So cute, too.
What a sweet bird, Pat, wonderful capture !
Love the way the tones in the subject and background echo each other. Lovely image!
Snygg fågel och snyggt fotograferat. Ha de gott
It’s amazing how different robins look from their parents when they are young
awesome portrait !!
How cute. He’s just getting his feathers. I love them when they are young and flutter around trying to learn to fly “properly”.
Beautiful shot! Even the background colors and texture are lovely!
So adorable! It’s fantastic you got such a nice closeup!
Great photo, Pat 🙂
Isn’t he pretty. We don’t get them down here until late winter and they don’t look like that.
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