Tuesday, 11 March 2014

A Few Blues

Due to the lack of something different to shoot I am posting a few common species again.

A few images of the Blue Tit (Parus caeruleus), one of our common resident species, taken recently at two different locations.


















26 comments:

  1. they're truly adorable Roy. The sweetest little bird with a lovely combo of colours. The blossoms equally beautiful in their own right; sweet post.

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  2. Lovely photos of the Blue Tits. Although they're probably the most common bird in my garden, I love to watch them at the moment investigating the nest boxes.
    I love the blossom against the bright blue sky, too.

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  3. Hi Roy Well isn't he a smart little boy and great shots of him. I live all the blossom

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  4. They are lovely Roy, and funny and cute... I'll never be bored by a Blue tit :-).

    Keep them comming!

    Have a nice week,
    Marianne

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  5. Cracking set of images Roy. You did well, they don't sit still for too long!...[;o)

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  6. Great shots Roy, the " blue" on the Blue Tit looks amazing, it that Hawthorn blossom, if so it is much further on than mine.

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  7. The tit is just spectacular, but seriously, you have fruit trees blooming already?

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    1. Yes Steve, its the flower of the Hawthorn Bush. Its one of the earliest to blossom. Its a hardwood that has been used to make walking sticks etc. It has very nasty little thorns sticking out from the branches as well.

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  8. Hello Roy
    It is really too cute !
    A few common species again, but we like us !!!!
    Good day Roy
    Kiss

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  9. Hi roy

    I love the shots of the Blue Tit especially the shot of it leaning to one side to peer at something deside the stump.

    A very cheery image.

    Guy

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  10. Hey Roy... These shot's of the Blue Tit are adorable!!
    It look like thinks are starting to bloom, the blossom are lovely!!

    Grace

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    1. Thanks GG, yes its looking a bit more like Spring now.

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  11. Nothing wrong with common species - they can be the most beautiful sometimes, and these certainly are Roy.

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  12. So beautiful Roy. The beautiful pimelmees interspersed with beautiful spring blossoms :-) Beautiful to see!

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