Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Eastern Bluebirds

As promised here are some more Eastern Bluebird images.All of them were taken the same day at the same little park.

I had gone to this park hoping for a pair of Mockingbirds,but alas, none were seen.
These Bluebirds were a great substitute. 

They seems a little upset at my presence,so I knew they had to have a nest in the area.


In  perfect world the background on these picture would be different and that angled post would not be there,but we don't live in a perfect world.
I still like the shot,because of the sparkle in his eye.

Just another very similar shot.I just couldn't stop shooting,because they are so beautiful.

Here is a final parting shot,showing that lovely blue back.


Thought for Today:
The love of God has no limits.

50 comments:

  1. Just showing off the gorgeous colors His Creator has given! Beautiful shots Ruth!

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  2. oooohhhh ruth, i love these. i don't get blue birds, only blue jays, so for me this is a real treat!!!

    the ever elusive perfect world!!!!

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  3. You captured the colors beautifully! I have never gotten a picture of a bluebird!

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  4. Those little birds are soooo pretty. Your images are wonderful.

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  5. they are absolutely lovely! :)

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  6. I so love this little birds but have none in my area - Philly. Your photos are gorgeous!

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  7. They're such beautiful birds. Very nice captures Ruth. Gorgeous blue. Diane

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  8. Gorgeous, Ruth... I love seeing the Bluebirds... We haven't had many around this year --which is quite a change from other years... On another note, we have had alot of hummingbirds this year... Nice substitute.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  9. Beautiful bird. I've not seen one in a long time.

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  10. Wonderful series! I spotted my fist indigo bunting yesterday but only managed to get a few frames through the bedroom window and they were disappointing. I'm not giving up though!

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  11. Ruth, definitely a good substitute! Nice shots!
    When I was a boy we had Bluebirds nesting in our backyard, in a birdhouse I had built! I was quite proud of that!

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  12. Remarkable images and color ... and a great thought for the day!

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  13. Such pretty little birds. I wish we had them this far north.

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  14. These birds are so beautiful. I have always loved their muted, yet gorgeous colors.

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  15. Beautiful birds and beautiful photos, Ruth. Thank you. XOX

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  16. Gorgeous birds! I had a neighbor who always referred to them as "Red, White and Blue Birds" Beautiful pictures, Ruth.

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  17. What a photo session you had there, your shutter must have been hot, Great Shots!

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  18. Those bluebirds are absolute darlings.
    I wonder, with your photoshop skills could you perhaps either blur out the post or lift the bird and twig out and paste them on a other background? Have a little play around, you could come up with something quite brilliant.

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  19. I know these little birds are in our area, but we rarely see them; so your beautiful photos were a real treat this morning. Thanks for sharing them.

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  20. Beautiful pictures of a favorite bird! I didn't know these were in your area.

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  21. Terrific shots of fabulous colours!

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  22. Your photo's are gorgeous Ruth. Such beautiful and colorful birds.

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  23. Those are wonderful pictures, Ruth. We had a couple stop by our backyard last Spring, but they moved on....Maybe next year.

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  24. these birds are really cute but i would have LOVED to see me some mockingbirds! i have been reading how to kill a mockingbird and the hunger games and now i'm just curious to see them!

    Thanks
    Leontien

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  25. I have to agree Ruth, you can never have enough Bluebird pictures.
    Love your thought for today.
    B.

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  26. We do wish sometimes they would sit in a different place for better background. Who can ever stop photographing a Bluebird when he sits still long enough for multiple photos? The 3rd one is my favorite.

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  27. I'm jealous of the wonderful shots! Perfect shots are nearly impossible. These are great the way they are.

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  28. HI Ruth...I am glad you had Bluebirds as substitute...they are just lovely
    God created them right out of the heavens blue : }
    Very nice!!
    Grace

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  29. They're such beautiful little birds. God truly has so many wonderful and colorful creations for us to enjoy.

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  30. You are doing very well with capturing all these lovely outdoor sights. You must have a super camera to get shots like these. Perfect birds.

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  31. You definitely caught their sharp little eyes! They are such beautiful birds and you got great shots of them! Enjoyed your quote today too - I agree wholeheartedly!

    P.S. I cropped the Blue Heron photo a little - I was 10 feet away in my kayak from him. Normally he would've flown away but he decided to tolerate my presence so he could swallow his fish - ha,ha!

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  32. I can see why you kept shooting, Ruth - they are beautiful birds. Well captured.

    You might be familiar with this hymn - lyrics are here.

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  33. Oh, wonderful photos of the sweet little bluebird, Ruth! I've seen bluebirds in my area, too, but I can never get close enough to get a good pic with my little camera. Your shots are so clear and sharp!

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  34. Such beautiful birds! If I want to see our Western bluebird I have to travel half an hour down the road to a local park. We did it last year. Must try to make the effort this year before it is too late.

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  36. Such a beautiful bird...great pictures..do you hae them around your place?

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  37. Lovely bluebird shots Ruth. I have seen some amazing things in the last few weeks - but I have missed the birds. In Europe I think I only saw 3 ... seriously - 3 birds the whole time I was there. My husband kept my feeders filled at home - but I truly missed the birds!

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  38. Abe keeps hoping someday a blue bird will fly into our yard on it's way someplace. But so far no such luck.

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  39. Pretty photos of pretty bluebirds!

    Thanks for your note, Ruth. I'm playing catch up today. Some of my favorites while I was gone are your daisies, the waving bluebird, the eastern kingbird with the dragonfly, and Jake's photos that you shared.

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  40. What beautiful bluebirds, Ruth! I haven't seen in birds such as that around my yard, so I'm so glad that I get to see them through your lens. Thanks you so much for visiting my blog and for your sweet comments. They mean a lot!!! Have a wonderful and bless day.

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  41. Such a pretty little critter so beautifully photographed.

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  42. Ruth, How are you? I love the pictures of the bluebirds--they are such delightful little birds. I loved looking at Jake's pictures--the last one with the reflection is pure magic--so,so beautiful. It is sometimes hard to take things out from the past, but I think in the end that it is good to do--we bring those warm memories to life again, and that can't be a bad thing. Have a lovely week. Mickie :)

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  43. The love of God has no limits--AMEN! Beautiful pics, Ruth. Have a great week.

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  44. Ruth, I love those shots since bluebirds are one of my favorite birds. Thanks for sharing!!!

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  45. Love your photos of the birds! I love taking photos of birds too. Especially hummingbirds, but they move too fast! I also like your thought for the day....He has shown me His greatness lately:)

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