Look Me in the Eye

Three colorful birds with seemingly, a bit of attitude.

The one above is a goldfinch, I think. Feel free to correct me in the comments if that is not correct. Both finches, above and below, were photographed along the Great Marsh Trail at the Indiana Dunes National Park.

Last is a great blue heron, intent on making itself presentable at Kensington Metropark in Milford, Michigan.

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14 responses to “Look Me in the Eye”

  1. Fantastic photos thanks for sharing ♥️

    1. Thanks so much for stopping by and taking the time to comment. 😊

  2. Beautiful photography Irene. 😀 😀

    1. Thanks, Cee. 😊 Sorry it was a day late. It was scheduled to post a day earlier but fit some reason it did not. 😏

  3. Beautiful captures, Pepper! <3

    1. Thanks, Eliza. 😊

  4. Fabulous shots, Pepper! You are correct, the first one is a male American Goldfinch and the second is a male House Finch. Excellent shot of those GBH back feathers, gorgeous!! 😊

    1. Thanks for the confirmation, Donna. The heron would be happy to know that you enjoyed its feathers. 😉

  5. Beautiful captures, I especially liked the one of the great blue heron.

    1. The heron seems to be the winner on this post. 😉

  6. 🤗👏👏👏📷🐦 Perfect. Last one is top. I’ve been trying to take pictures of sparrows playing in an old dish with water since morning… but now they have to fly first 😁 Have You a wonderful day dear sister🤗📷☀️

    1. Hi, Mic. Those little sparrows are quick, aren’t they? 😊

  7. Delightful photos, Pepper! I was always excited to see finches when I fed the birds in Virginia. Great blue herons lived along the Shenandoah River in Virginia and are also common here in Florida. I never tire of seeing them. <3

    1. Thanks, Cheryl. Herons are so fun to watch. 😊

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