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Wild Bird Wednesday
Perfect timing! looks like our feathery friend is off to a good start 🙂
Wie wundervoll ! Ein wirklich schöner, gelungener Schnapschuß !
Und die Bildbearbeitung ist auch gelungen.
What a wonderful photograph … it looks like a work of art and catches a wonderful moment in the life of your little bird (goldfinch?). Very nice …
Andrea @ From The Sol
This is gorgeous, I love birds.
superb! lovely bird!
Now that is art:) Nicely done.
Just plain WOW!!!!
He looks like he’s just getting ready to start the day. 🙂
Fantastic timing here, Pat.
what a soft cutie!
Ah, that felt good!
I love the lightness and airiness of this image. Sweet pose, too.
By George he really is! Margie
Pretty Goldfinch, they are sweet!
beautiful – would have like to have seen the original : )
This is gorgeous!
Sweet shot, Pat – so very soft and light
Your photos are always a delight! I love the white, wintery look of this little bird. He’s so cute!
Hi Beautifully edited although I would, like Cathy like to see the original to make comparisons
Someone like to take pictures in the morning, but I would rather do some stretching.
Pretty and pale. Makes for a delicate looking image.
How beautiful, Pat! I love that soft light.
What a wonderful shot, greetings !
So delicate, so beautiful, so absolutely perfect.
Love the action shot! The fog makes is so soft. Very nice.
Fine photo and magnificent photo processing!
Thanks for finally writing about >Foggy Morning
Stretch | Bailey Road <Loved it!
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