how wonderfully well he blends in with his surroundings.
I get that look all the time..
It's good to be a bird.
This is great!
Gorgeous! Love how crisp and clear the sky is behind him!
Yep, I get that look a lot these days and not just from birds! Terrific capture of this little guy regardless of his "attitude"! Enjoy your day, MZ!Sylvia
Beautiful photo, with delightful colors, I love it.
I know that look! I get that from the lizards here!:))
I've noticed birds do that look very well!
Dark-eyed juncos do have that look, but I view it as they choose my western NY backyard to winter in...how smart is that when they could head down to Florida...Michelle
I don't know birds, but that one looks like he has a little cat in him. I guess that's better than the other way around. :)
This made me smile - wonderful capture! :)
Hahaha - that really is the look on his face. :)
He sure seems to be givin' ya the evil eye there!Love the shot...it's beautiful!!!God bless ya and have a terrific day!!! :o)
Aw looks like spring by your place :)
Oh god. You know you live near Babs when even the birds are snooty!
You know a picture is good when it shows, not only the main character, but also his attitude! And are those green buds on your trees? Green buds? I live in the wrong place . . .
I love the photo, the bird just blends right in. It actually took me a second to see him.
inDEED!Aloha from WaikikiComfort Spiral >< } } ( ° >
Yeh, I get that look all the time!
How cool that you were able to capture it!
How dare you look down your beak at me...
Better the look than the poop.
Love your blog...will return again and follow.. you have a way to say...hats off to you!!
Very lovely bird pic :)
Cute shot of the Junco! Have a Happy weekend!
Ha...that is really great!
What a lovely capture of mood and the little beauty.LOL, he is telling you, body language and all.
LOL, love both the photo and the caption.
LOL! Wonderful image!
Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my Weekend Reflection post. Yes, the second image shows the landing gear. We were on final approach to our home airport in Powell River. - Margy
Loveley little guy! Good shot!
Lovely capture and funny commentary! :-)
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