The BIRD D’pot
I love the sweet wrens, cute shot. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!
The wrens are such cute little birds with their short legs and plumpness.
Such a great shot of this cute little bird. I had one of these fly in to my house last spring. Very hard to capture and release but finally succeeded.
they are adorable little spirits!
A cute little baby.
Oh how darling, Pat! A perfect shot, and I love your texture treatment. Did I guess correctly that the song imbedded in the texture was “God will take care of you”? It seems appropriate, since He watches over even the little birds.
What a sweetie
I have dubbed ours Napoleon. He chased the finches from the feeder this morning to collect for his brood.
beautiful bird and lovely edit
What a great shot. What a cool looking bird. Thanks for sharing.
This is beautiful! I see it on a greeting card..
Pat, your knack for framing and composition is amazing! Not to mention texture.
Nice bird. Does it have a tail?
Cheers – Stewart M – Melbourne (airport)
What a pretty shot!
Beautiful and cute bird.
Fantastic picture of the Wren.
Awwwwwwwwww, such a sweet pose. And I always love how you add special effects to your images making them a work of art!
What a cute little bird!
A sweeTie! I think I see the notes to his song in the background !
So so sweet. Love the texture, really enhances the image!
that is such a sweet one 🙂 Gorgous image
Sweet capture! 😉
You got all the Wrenitude in that pic!
How sweet! I love the texture you used on this photo.
What a cute birdie! Beautiful photo!
So cute! 🙂
Absolutely the sweetest shot… ♥
He is absolutely gorgeous! They have such a pretty song, too. Beautiful capture.
Such a pretty shot.
One of my most favorite birds! I recently had a chance to listen to a singing male work his way through an incredible number of songs. Never knew they were so talented!
Such pretty little birds! And fast. I can never seem to get a decent shot of one.
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