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!
Two lovely birds and that second shot is marvellous.ReplyDelete
Hello Jo, pretty birds and great fence captures. The 2nd shot is beautiful. Have a happy day!ReplyDelete
both neat birds! the first reminds me of a shrike. :) thanks for the fencery, too!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing some of the interesting things from Africa.ReplyDelete
We have canaries only in cages, it is too cold for them to live outside !ReplyDelete
Beautiful bird and I love the wall in the background. Great photos!ReplyDelete
Nice spotting of both birds by the fence. I bet the canary has a pretty song.ReplyDelete