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Posted By: ToddK, 08-04-2022, 06:20 AM

A titmouse has its attention drawn to something on the ground.

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08-04-2022, 06:43 AM   #2
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Cute shot of the little bird. It looks a little undecided about the next step. Peaked interest but still clinging to that barbed wire. Smooth background.
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Cute shot of the little bird. It looks a little undecided about the next step. Peaked interest but still clinging to that barbed wire. Smooth background.
Thanks Mike! Titmice are very curious birds to the point of being reckless. Our cat put an end to more than one that got too close to him on our deck.
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At first glance, it almost looked like the little bird had gotten itself impaled on one of the barbs and couldn't get loose.
(I saw a cat do that to itself once!)
This is really a nice shot for catching the bird in its most curios position.
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At first glance, it almost looked like the little bird had gotten itself impaled on one of the barbs and couldn't get loose.
(I saw a cat do that to itself once!)
This is really a nice shot for catching the bird in its most curios position.
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Thank you Angky!
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Somehow I missed this one. I really like the pose. Good shot
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QuoteOriginally posted by ToddK Quote
A titmouse has its attention drawn to something on the ground.
Great shot, Todd! It's a pose which adds personality to the bird.

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Great eye contact with a lot of detail
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What a great capture of a bird on a wire. A very fortunate and interesting pose. The background support really enhances the subject very well. Awesome photography, friend. ;0

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Somehow I missed this one. I really like the pose. Good shot
Thanks so much David!
QuoteOriginally posted by RobG Quote
Great shot, Todd! It's a pose which adds personality to the bird.
Thank you Rob!
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Great eye contact with a lot of detail
Thanks EM!
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What a great capture of a bird on a wire. A very fortunate and interesting pose. The background support really enhances the subject very well. Awesome photography, friend. ;0

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Thank you for your very nice comment Tony!
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