Thursday, May 28, 2015

Good fences, great birds

Sitting in the garden earlier this week, I photographed our resident Common Fiscal against the boundary wall between us and Angus.
Common Fiscal against the boundary wall
I'm always thrilled when I manage to produce a clear photo of the subject while the background (in this case, the wall/fence) is fuzzy

Swinging around on the garden bench, I focused on a movement which I'd seen in the corner of my eye.

Black-throated Canary against the palisade fence which separates us from our young neighbors at the back
Soon another Black-throated canary joined my subject; it's fuzzy image can be seen against an almost solid palisade fence behind it

I'm joining my post to Good Fences Thursday hosted by TexWisGirl here

Have a great day! 










8 comments:

  1. Two lovely birds and that second shot is marvellous.

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  2. Hello Jo, pretty birds and great fence captures. The 2nd shot is beautiful. Have a happy day!

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  3. both neat birds! the first reminds me of a shrike. :) thanks for the fencery, too!

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  4. Thanks for sharing some of the interesting things from Africa.

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  5. We have canaries only in cages, it is too cold for them to live outside !

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  6. Beautiful bird and I love the wall in the background. Great photos!

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  7. Nice spotting of both birds by the fence. I bet the canary has a pretty song.

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