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Look who's come for Breakfast

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Nikon D810| Nikkor 200-500mm @500mm| SanDisk Digital Film| PS CC 2017

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42 Comments

  1. God!!! I love your photos!!!!

  2. your chick-a-dee is so purdy!

  3. Aww, what a cutie!

  4. You know I love birds and chickadees seem so much sweeter and cuter. They are the favorite bird of a lot of people since they “embody” cheeriness. Thank you for sharing the different little moves this little one chose to move on the branch. Excellent captures and like the way you somehow created such an intimate picture. xo ❤

  5. Your photos are so beautiful, Deborah!! Great shots too! 🐦⭐️❤️

  6. I love the depth of field on these shots. Beautiful captures of that bird! 🙂

  7. delightful visitors!!

  8. Wow gorgeous! the details are amazing!

  9. Great photos! Chickadees are my favorite bird. They’re such cute and happy lil birds. Here, they’re a rounder version 🙂

    • Thank you Joey! This one looks rather proud doesn’t it. 🙂

      I bet your Chick-a-dees love your sunflower seeds!

      • I don’t really see them here until winter. I don’t know enough about them, really, but they love peanut butter and suet in the snow 🙂 I think that’s part of why I love them so much, they love winter like me.

        • I don’t see them much in Winter here either. I think they head for Mexico where it’s warm. 🙂 I should fill my suet hanging thingy with peanut butter and seeds and see how they like it. The squirrels will love it too no doubt.

          • I see them ONLY in winter 🙂

            • DUH! I read that wrong! 🙂

            • S’okay 🙂 I’m thinkin we have different kinds.

            • Ooh, looking at my book you get Black-capped which we get, and Boreal which I don’t get. I’d love to see any and all other types.

            • Black-capped 🙂 Yes, those are the ones I see. Well I do not have any photography skills with birds. I mean, really, kinda pathetic, because iPhone. But I enjoy them. Maybe I need some high tech photo binoculars? Is that a thing?

            • I know you can do Afocal (digi-scoping) imaging through a sight scope, and telescope. I’ve done it with a telescope. It might be possible through binoculars if you could mount them to a tripod.

  10. Beautiful close ups, I love the bokeh.

  11. He’s kind of a fuzzy little fellow, isn’t he? Great photos, Deborah.

    • It was! Thank you so much Dan! I wish I could get them to come feed out of my hand, but with Diva Dog on guard that’s not likely to happen. 🙂


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