1/18/12

Wordless Wednesday: Mr. Bluebird stops by for a drink

32 comments:

  1. So beautiful!!!

    I miss our little blue birds...It will be several more months before their return to our area.

    Sweet picture.

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  2. How sweet this pic is and sure makes me long for Spring. Hope all is good with you all.

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  3. I'm with Tammy...your photo makes me long for Spring!

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  4. I'm with Tammy...your photo makes me long for Spring!

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  5. Bluebirds are precious. Here in farm country, we are encouraged to put up bluebird houses for them. Everyone loves them---they are special. It looks so warm in your neck of the woods. A sweet photo. Happy Wednesday to you!

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  6. How beautiful:) thanks for sharing and have a great day!

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  7. Oh! What a Beautiful sight! Thanks for sharing my friend!

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  8. Too sweet...too sweet! Love it, in the winter I almost forget how much I need little bluebirds! :D

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  9. I notice a lot of birds now dont fly south anymore, so they seem to be sticking around in colder climates at least some are. Hope to see you at my blog on Thursday when i publish my images for the location where the movie Witness was filmed that stared Harrison Ford. Richard

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  10. What a great picture. I love blue birds. I've always heard you attract as many birds with water as food. I'm headed outside this minute to put out my water dish!!!

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  11. Mr. Blue is full of beauty!!
    What a wonderful post!
    Have a good day!

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  12. Awww, this just made my day.. beautiful..Susie

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  13. Very pretty, we don't have blue birds in my part of the world, but we do have lots of Blue Jays..

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  14. Beautiful little blue-bird. Great photo, Paula!

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  15. What a precious bird and you've captured in photograph so well...

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  16. He's SO Sweet Miz Paula!
    Happy Thursday to you!
    hughugs

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  17. Great photo, Paula! Oh, by the way, I do remember Red Tail Hawks a lot from when we were back in the SE. They are so easy to recognize. I know they eat chickens...that would be worrisome for chicken owners like yourself! I still want chickens, and perhaps one day we will move a little "farther out" and I can have some. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  18. "The Fraker Farm" has been included in this weeks Sites To See. I hope this helps to attract many more new visitors here.

    http://asthecrackerheadcrumbles.blogspot.com/2012/01/sites-to-see_20.html

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  19. What a great shot of Mr Blue.
    I sure do miss having the birds around.
    Hugs

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  20. One of my most favorite little birds.
    Oh, how I long for warmer weather and the song birds to return to our neck of the woods.
    We are actually dipping below zero tonight, however, by Monday a heat wave will pass through possible 40 something.
    Whatever comes we will take it and count our blessings we are still here to witness it.

    Blessings,
    Mel

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  21. What a wonderful photo! We don't see blue birds in this area. We have been visited by painted buntings. You are so lucky! blessings,Kathleen

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  22. I adore the eastern bluebird, and one gave me quite a show outside my kitchen window this week, Paula.
    I read your last post on things getting back to normal and am so glad that your dh is doing so well, back surgery takes a while to heal from.
    I will continue to pray for him.
    That Lily is so adorable, and I believe she knows it too!
    Thank you so much for taking the time to visit and for taking the time to leave me such a sweet note, I am sorry for taking so long to get back for a visit, as i have been off line for a week, and as you well know farm work is never done. ~smile~
    Enjoy your weekend.
    Hugs,
    Sue

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  23. wow such a pretty bird. Love the blue feathers

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  24. We had bluebirds in our bluebird house one season. They raised 4 chicks. They never came back. I think we must have been too busy for them, right by the garden......
    Wish we lived further from this so-called civilization!

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