Lovely picture !
ha ha! still like his hairdo.
Wow, I've never seen a young one before! Very Cool! (and clean)
Now, he's just a cutie pie....can't image how beautiful he will be when grown.....
Temu to dobrze :-) i fryzurę ma ciekawą. Pozdrawiam.***Doing it well :-) and has an interesting hairstyle. Yours.
LasseThankyou,yes the Jays never disappoint,there is a little too much contrast on both photos, and glare on the second photo,but sometimes Ipost because its an amusing photo,and want to share it irrespectively.Glad you liked it,and I hope it made you smile!!:)
TexWisGirlI'm so glad you liked his hairdo,thats reallywhy I decided to post it,that, and the slightly bedraggled look he had after splashing in thewater on the After photo.Thankyou Teresa for commenting on both of themappreciate it.:)
Lisa and SalThey are usually plumper and heads fluffier than the adult Jay.When you consider that these are large birds,it's very amusing to watch Jay juniers being fed by the often smaller adult:)
NancyThese are my husbands favourite birds,and theirblue feathers are very beautiful.Sometimes wehave five or six in the garden at the same time,because he feeds them a sunflower seed mix everyevening.
GigaI'm so glad you mentioned his hairdo,I thoughtyou would see the funny side to this photo!!:)
I'm amazed, how many species are similar regardless of distance. Portugal and Poland are quite far from each other, yet looking at pictures I primarily though it's in Poland ;)Keep up the good work!
FallerWelcome,thankyou for your comment.If you live where conifer treespredominate,I guess you will get the same birds.Looking at the blogs ofPolish bloggers I have thought the same thing myself,especially when Isee photos of mountains and woodlands.
:-) dzwonek z kogutem kupiłam w Portugalii, jak tam byłam kilka lat temu. Pozdrawiam ciepło. *** :-) I bought a ringtone from a rooster in Portugal, as I was there several years ago. With best wishes.
I like her hairdo too. All your birds' photos are very interesting. They keep amusing me :)
GigaI thought I recognised it as being portuguese,many thanks for yourconfirmation.I have a collection of cow creamers!:)
PsychelynI'm so pleased you were amused because that wasmy intention.:)
Gaspar de JesusYes indeed,I was having lunch,looked out of the window and saw the Jaytaking a bath.I grabbed my camera and took the photo through the windowso that I wouldn't disturb his toilet!!!
Isn't it cute? Immature birds often look quite different from adults and I find they can be a challenge to identify.
The lark, that tirra-tirra chants,With,heigh,with,heigh! the thrush and the jay,Are summer songs for me and my aunts,While we lie tumbling in the hay.The Winter's TaleShakespeare x
Marta ZYes he is,I do hope I got it right!!
IanThankyou,you found yet another poem, well donemy friend, I do appreciate your efforts.xx
You have a bird bath in the garden and you can do cool photographs. Great :)
damianYes I do, in fact I have two, but one is full of mixed seeds! I also have a sturdy glass ash tray filled with water for the timy birds, and they take baths inside which is so funny to watch :=)Thank you for your visit:)
You are do this photo in secretly ? I thinkinging about build secretly place of doing photographs of birds from close up :)
damianMost of my photos are taken from inside a hide. It was made to my own specifications in a light weight aluminium frame, covered in a rain proof green material, with small openings on three sides. It depends how much space you have available.It's like a small tent, and I have a chair inside.You really do need somewhere comfortable to hide from timid birds. Good luck with yours:=) Let me know how you get on with it!
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