you got some handsome shots of this beautiful wheatear! i love the subtle colors in it.
It has such pretty soft colors and stands so erect.
Beautiful Wheatear, an Isabelline, superb.
I was going to say; it has a very tall appearance and natural elegance; thanks for sharing.
I am not familiar with this beautiful bird but I love the way he holds himself so erect....These are just awesome shots....
Cracking shots Breathtaking, certainly living up to your name.
cute little bird
A particular character that you,dear Sonija,have caught with your camera lens, in so beautiful poses!
what a lovely little bird!
What an absolutely beautiful bird! Happy first day of autumn!!
Wow! Your photos are fantastic. What a sweet bird!
TexWisGirlThank you Theresa:)He hung around for a couple of days, and then he was gone.Beautiful soft colouring indeed.
Lovely birds photos ♥Thank you for visiting my blog.Welcome back!
S. EtoleHe has a proud stance indeed, pulling himself up to his full height with his long legs.
Bob BushellThank you Bob:) my first encounter with a Wheatear.
MariaHello Maria:) Yes indeed, a very elegant bird.
NancyThank you Nancy:)He caught my attention, because he held himselfso erect and proud.
Mike AttwoodThank you Mike:) My daughter chose the name of my blog for me,and I've always been concerned that my blog didn't deserve it's name. So pleased you think so.:)
AdamHi Adam! Yes he is! He puts me in mind of someone with their hands behind their back proudly surveying the land they stand on.:)
Rita VaselliThank you Rita dear:) This Wheater is such an elegant bird Rita.I was so pleased to spot him, and watch him running quickly along with his long legs.
LauraHello Laura!His fawn colour makes him almost invisable sometimes in certain surroundings,but he is, a very handsome fellow!
Optimistic ExistentialistYes indeed Keith, he has such a proud bearing. The weather is so hot here, it's hard to believe that autumn has arrived.
LindaThank you Linda:)Yes, I think so too!He has a sweet expression on his face.
Seija TorpstromThank you Seija:)It was my pleasure to visit you.:)
SusanHi Sue! Yes, a really elegant birdwith a pretty face!
Excelentes fotografias de belo pássaro....Cumprimentos
Beautiful photos. I add you to my friends :)
Fernando Santos (Chana)Obrigado Chana!:)
Wow, this are very beautiful pictures, Sonjia. Is it a rare bird in your area? He is gorgeous. I only know the Oenanthe oenanthe, the Northern Wheatear. Lucky you to get him before your lens. Have a nice evening. Greetings from the Netherlands, Joke
hid-akaHello Hid-aka!:)Thank you so much!I will follow you also.
Hi Sonjia!Definitely, he looks quite proud of himself, his posture resembling one of a soldier standing guard...Lovely photos, as usual.Have a good weekVitor
Joke (Jokes CameraThank you Joke:) The Wheatear I usually see is the Black Wheatear.To my knowledge, the Isabelline is uncommon where I live, so I was delighted to encouter a new species( for me) on my walk on the farm with Mel.Hugs:)
vitorchuvashortstoriesHi Vitor!Há há, yes indeed, a solitary soldier, standing guard! Thank you Vitor!:)Keep wellTake care.
He is a gorgeous looking fellow!I have never seen this species so I am quite interested in the info you shared!Your pictures are sensational!Congrats and take care!
piękny ptaszek:) origamiiptaki.blogspot.com zapraszam:)
NoushkaThank you:)This is the first time I have seen the Isabelline, so I was really pleased.Hope you find one some day!
Karmnik54Hello:)Thank you for passing by. I also think this bird is beautiful.
So nice this bird is and your pictures are very good. I have never seen it but I know the Swedish namne. Thank´s for visiting my blog and your lovely comments. Up here the autumn is on top but soon the winter will start.Autumn greetings fromMonica
What a nice looking bird. I LoVe your photos.. Hugs~
Fantastic shots !
Śliczne zdjęcia ptaka, a szczególnie trzecie mi się podoba. Pozdrawiam.Beautiful bird photos, especially the third I like. Yours.
LasseThank you Lasse! I was so pleased to see this life bird.Have a good Sunday!
GigaHi Giga! Nice to see you here again! I also like the third shot, even though I didn't get his feet.:)
What a pretty bird. Great you could capture it so close-up.Have a wonderful day Sonjia
marijkeI agree Marijke! It only stayed around for two days, but I was pleased to get these shots.Have a good day also!:)
Very adorable bird :-) Love the way the bird stand- great posture!Btw, when growing wheat grass, if your weather is dry, use a plastic cover instead of the steamer cover or cloth to cover the berries.You have a great Sunday!!
Linda RThank you Linda:)A new bird for me, so I was very pleased to get these shots.Hugs:)
MHello Monica:) Thank you! We have had thunder storms for three days and torrents of rain. After a very hot dry summer it is most welcome.Have a good Sunday.:)
StephanieYes, it's like a guard on duty, standing to attention!:)Thank you for the info Steph!
Wheatears (of all species) are a big rarity in Japan, I really miss them. Nice shots!
Stuart PriceThank you Stuart!This was my first sighting of an Isabelline.
Beautiful photos. The bird looks like she was waiting for imortalizasses its image. Kisses
Such an interesting name for a bird:) But you certainly have great ID shots on this bird. I would love to see this one in the wild:)
Mary BrownThank you! Há há!:)He was very hungry,my guess is he stopped off on the farm to rest, before migrating. I'm glad he did!
Chris RohrerUnmistakable stance,and colour made ID easy enough.I can hardly believe I have seen a bird that you haven't!!!:)
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