For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: tassel.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt rus-in-urbe.
I am not in a city. I am in a town. But still, when the flock shows up at my feeder, I feel such joy watching them.
Every so often I get the flock at my feeder. I did this morning. I think these are bushtits.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: euphonious.
This is a wren from last summer. I tried to photograph this glorious singer, but she hopped around very quickly, avoiding the camera.
For Mundane Monday #201, my prompt is contrast. I like the contrast of the sunlit leaves behind the dark mystery bird in this picture. This is taken on North Beach yesterday. I am not sure if this is an immature bald eagle or a golden eagle.
Link your contrast photographs or experiment with contrast and I will post links next week.
Last week’s prompt was crop.
Mama Cormier sends the food aspect of crop.
The Photo Junkie sends a gorgeous yellow crop.
Bushboy is cropping photographs to a different world.
Our snow is gone, but I heard on bird note how the Anna’s hummingbirds survive. One morning the temperature here was 14 degrees F, and then the hummingbird was out as soon as it was light. Dive bombing me as I brought out the feeder after thawing it. Bird note says that they can slow their metabolism, like a mini hibernation, during the freezing temperatures. This helps them expand their range and get a jump on the humming birds that go south.
For Wordless Wednesday.