nice...the bend of the branches, the fog...all plays well in this...and leave the bird center stage...so that book is about birds? smiles.
I am mesmerized by the branches.
What an awesome picture!McGuffy's Readerhttp://www.mcguffysreader.blogspot.com
Is that an umbrella tree?
The branches sure give way to the bird's little display.
Fantastic photography ~ love the little bird!Carol of (A Creative Harbor) ^_^ on blogger ^_^
You caught him hiding!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Is that a Tufted Titmouse?(In my mind it is)
Looks remarkably like my world -- Grey!! Great shot for the day, fascinating tree/branches!
I'm ready for some Spring Time color.
ha ha! 3rd mockingbird i've seen in blogland so far today (including my own place). :)
Beautiful capture, I like that bird.
He looks very well camouflaged. lol
Nice bird. Great composition.A perfect WBW post!Well done!
Great composition on this... very cool branches! :-)
Grey Velvet in your hands!Sending YOU Aloha from Honolulu, Comfort Spiral ~ > < } } ( ° >
Peek-a-Boo. The tree is fascinating and the bird was kind enough to stick around to give it more interest.
And if it wasn't winter you probably wouldn't have seen the bird, right? I love that their nests are all exposed in winter...but could do without the cold.
Those branches are amazing!
Nice picture - at first I wondered if it was just a statement of you mood after the wheat problem!I think I can feel frustration all the way to here!Stewart M - Melbourne
Well spotted, that is one well hidden little birdie.
Hi Mama Z. ... I've been scrolling down and catching up. Great pictures, as always!So sorry to learn about your celiac's disease. I know that you will soon be feeling better now that you know what is wrong. I know a couple of people who have it, and it does seem as if figuring out food is expensive and a hassle, especially when going out to eat. I hope that you are doing well!Kathy M.
I think the book has overshadowed the beauty of the true shades of grey. This is a beautiful reminder of the reality of the color.
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