Saturday, April 18, 2009

Camera Critters - 04-18-09: Flicker

Camera CrittersThis meme is all about photos of animals/critters.

This flicker has been coming to the feeder every morning for the last couple of weeks. I was finally in the right place at the right time with camera in hand. Thanks to Laurie, who's been on Flicker Watch!

I love the way she wraps herself around the feeder and uses her tail to balance.

The gray blob in the background, left, is Bella the cat, also on Flicker Watch.


Pea in a Pod said...

How very cool! Mine is posted here;

i beati said...

wonderful shots I felt like I was

DrowseyMonkey said...

Wow - these photos are phenomenal! You really got some great shots here, so close & such detail. That is cool how she balances herself. And lol @ the grey blob .... hope the birdie didn't become lunch! said...

These are amazing Terri..Everyone can see how strong the woodpeckers are. I didn't even think a woodpecker could use a feeder like that. Good for her.....Michelle

floreta said...

great capture!! i love the close up.

aguthrieimages said...

lovely, especially the wing color, it is striking!
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Vicky said...

wow. what great shots of an acrobatic birdie!

Karen said...

Those are really great shots !!!

Did the 'grey blob' get any closer? :-)

twobarkingdogs said...

Wow! Great photos!

Oskar said...

That grey blog is on the hunt!

Oskar said...

I meant grey blob!

Dianne said...

pretty pretty bird! love her spots and the bit of red
amazing close-ups!

Teena in Toronto said...

Nice pix!

I played too :)

Misty Dawn said...

I really ♥ Flickers, and these are some truly spectacular photos!

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