Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Wordless Wednesday - Snowy Sparrow


16 comments:

  1. Wow that is a really neat picture, it is so clear, would make a great card.

    Have a great day! Would love to have you stop by and join us for #WW Oh My Heartsie Girl Linky Party

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  2. Best shot I've seen all day as I've traveled the net - wonderful!!
    Thank you for visiting and sharing at http://www.image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2014/11/i-miss-this-kind-of-weather.html. I always look forward to your visits. It's fun to look at what you've been seeing through your lens.
    Have a great week,
    Sue

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  3. That photo is beautiful I can't believe how clear it is...fantastic

    Have a crystalcleartastic week :-)

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  4. Sweet! Definitely a sight I've never seen in person :)

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  5. What an amazing capture. The snow and the resilience of that little bird against it. Amazing.

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  6. You should submit this shot to a nature magazine Kate. It's so well captured.

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  7. What a BEAUTIFUL picture..words not needed!!!

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  8. Wow. WOW!! What a shot! What kind of camera do you use???? That's no cell phone photo!!! :)

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  9. that's an amazing picture .. looks like a Christmas card ...

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  10. What a beautiful picture. That would make a beautiful Christmas card.

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  11. Wow, gorgeous! You've got real talent, there.

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  12. What a perfect image for a Christmas card, you should so get this printed

    mollyxxx

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  13. I see others have said what I thought -- it should be a Christmas card (though not here where the temperature is 100°F and it's still Spring!)! Well done!

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