What’s Down There?

kk texture used – urban

Linking to Texture Tuesday
and Wild Bird Wednesday


40 Comments on “What’s Down There?”

  1. Absolutely wonderful processing!!
    Stay inspired!

  2. ssrijana says:

    so nice beautifully captured awesome title 😀

  3. Yvette says:

    A very ‘clever’ TT photo! The feathers are such beautiful colours. Yx

  4. geanina says:

    so sweet!! great capture 🙂

  5. Such a beautiful bird and lovely texture!

  6. Stephanie says:

    I love every little detail of the feathers . Nice editing.

  7. Stewart M says:

    Nice little wrens – our are more brightly coloured than this one – but if yours is like the ones in the UK, they are not as good signers!

    Nice picture. SM

  8. TexWisGirl says:

    adorable little wren. 🙂

  9. Oh my Pat,I wouldn’t think it possible, but after getting a dose of Baily Road after a brief hiatus, I swear you took your captures up another notch!!! Wow wee!! Loving your titles and captions too! Margie

  10. Gail says:

    These little wrens are sooo cute! They’re very quick in their actions and hard to photograph. Well done!

  11. Everything about this is perfect. The texture is well chosen – the bird’s shadow adds so much to the composition. Well done!

  12. Another great bird photo. Good work!

  13. Angie says:

    Something to eat, I hope! 🙂

    Lovely photograph, Pat.

    Happy Tuesday!


  14. I bet he/she sees a yummy worm or bug. :))

  15. Kim,USA says:

    Looks like he is into something ^_^

  16. ormbunke says:

    Kan det vara en liten mygga den fått syn på?

  17. Mick says:

    Great photo – I wonder what the bird was looking at?

  18. Fantastic shot and a great shadow!

  19. Sherry Galey says:

    Super interpretation and treatment.

  20. Eileen says:

    Love your cute wren, great capture.

  21. Fergiemoto says:

    I hope he found something good down there. Adorable shot and great processing again!

  22. A wren looking down — perfect for TT’s theme! The rugged wood sets off the soft beauty of the bird perfectly.

  23. My sister used to have wrens in her backyard….I’m not sure they are a bird that is really common here. I love the background of the wooden fence. You capture birds so well!

  24. Marilyn says:

    Creative subject for the theme! Do you suppose he’s found a worm or bug?

  25. Nikki says:

    You did so well to capture this photo. The wrens at my house are just too quick for me. I love your edit. It looks like a painting.

  26. Lisa Gordon says:

    I love the fence texture for the background here.
    You take the absolute best bird shots.
    Have a wonderful day, Pat!

  27. great shot with a beautiful back drop!! i don’t see these too often and i can never get a picture!!

  28. Boom & Gary says:

    Nice shot!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  29. I stora drag says:

    Nice photo!
    I would have liked to know the name of the bird?
    I don’t know if we have these in Sweden?
    Greetings Pia

  30. Kia says:

    Adorable! 🙂

  31. Jean Pell says:

    I adore Carolina Wrens. Great capture, Pat! 🙂

  32. Nadege says:

    This is a lovely capture…very sweet.

  33. great choice for the theme…cutie little bird!!

  34. Leovi says:

    Excellent, very interesting texture and a well timed shot. Greetings.

  35. tingsgrove says:

    Love those curious little Wrens. When we moved into our home 31 years ago this week…actually;’) they were the first birds to come visiting and they have nested every year since, as well as they stay in our front entrance alcove and garage all winter int the little nest boxes we place for them~

  36. JillB says:

    Beautiful, as always!

  37. Andrea says:

    Great shot!

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