Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Wild Bird Wednesday - Yellow-rumped Thornbill


A cute and very small birdie
so hard to capture


A still moment in one of my rose bushes


but when it moves 
it moves like lightning


and leaves barely a blur . . .

Linking with Stewart's


24 comments:

  1. Such a pretty bird. We have small, fast birds here but I've never successfully photographed one.

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  2. Great bird for the day! Love your shots! I've never seen one of those! Hope your week is off to a good start! Enjoy!

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  3. with a name like thornbill, i was envisioning a hornbill - a huge bird with big beak. :)

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  4. Nice capture of a pretty little bird.

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  5. I love these captures of the beautiful bird.

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  6. What a cutie, reminds me of our little warblers.

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  7. such a lovely little creature! thank you for capturing it's beauty for us!

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  8. Wonderful shots of the bird.

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  9. What a cute little bird. And great captures, Arija! Good to see you. Blessings Jo

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  10. A smart little bird. Well done on getting some good shots; I know how difficult it can be to photograph small, active birds.

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  11. Hi!:) Thank you for your visit and nice comment!:) The Yellow-rumped Thornbill is a new one for me. Have never seen it here in Portugal, but it's a pretty little bird.
    Thanks for sharing!

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  12. HI Arija Well with such a small and quickly moving bird that first shots is really excellent.

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  13. You did well to catch this pretty little bird Arija.

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  14. yes ... tiny and always moving it seems; lovely captures though Arija

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  15. Even the silent blurs are very cool, love every second of nature...hugs to you!!!

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  16. I've never seen this lovely bird; surely the name "Yellow-rumped Thornbill" fits the cutey♡♡♡ 

    Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  17. nice. even blurred captures a different something.

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  18. He is a charmer! And you are very fast to be able to catch this little speedster.

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  19. You managed to capture it beautifully! Love the blurry one!

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  20. Great captures, Arija! I like that it's name is Thornbill and I see some rose thorns in your photo as well.

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  21. Lovely! Those little ones are always hard to get. I just start to focus and they move. You got some great shots of it before it moved.

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