Friday, October 28, 2011

One two three go.

Okay, here you go, in case the snake eating a frog wasn't the first thing you wanted to see...
World Bird Wednesday

23 comments:

Out on the prairie said...

I liked the snake. A friend often let people name the mice he fed his, seemed like it was always an EX.

Gaelyn said...

Bird's pretty but I liked the snake in action too.

Ms. Becky said...

yes! a bird! I know it's nature and we have to eat, but it's unpleasant and I don't want to know about it. I can't even watch Nat'l Geographic channel for that very reason. now your bird shots? can't get enough of them...
happy weekend to you.

Mary Howell Cromer said...

hahaha, tis better than the snake eating frog...quite a beauty, love the open wings~

Modesto Viegas said...

Well done!!!

dreamfalcon said...

beautiful little bird

Springman said...

Nice shot Jill. I guess everyone is ready to ramp down the gory stuff. Sweet and light feels pretty good about now!

Tina´s PicStory said...

nice!

Gary said...

Great close up of a beauty!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Jeremie Owens said...

Just wanted to say that I really enjoy your blog and look forward to more posts. I happened to stumble upon it researching for my backpacking trip on the Art Loeb. Great photos!

Andrew said...

A beautiful little bird to see..

Jo Bryant said...

Oh this is lovely - great photo

mick said...

Nice photo!

Adam Tilt said...

Now that's a colourful warbler. Great shot. Adam @ My Life Outside

Martha Z said...

A pretty little guy. You had a snake eating a frog, I had a bird eating a snake. It's the way of the natural world.

Arija said...

A real sweetie Jill, I love the splayed wing.

joo said...

Sweet little bird:)

Pat said...

Lovely capture!

Tracey N. said...

What a gorgeous little bird! I dont think we have them here. Love your pic!

Jean said...

Wonderful capture!

Pat Ulrich said...

A lovely bird and showing off that nice color!

Larry said...

Great action sot of the Magnolia Warbler Jill!

heyBJK said...

Beautiful photo! The yellow really sets it off.