Tuesday

Blue Jay in the Sumac

Mr Blue Jay in the Sumac

19 comments:

RuneE said...

I know neither tree nor bird, but beautiful they were - and thank you for the nice comment! Always a pleasure to receive some raise :-)

June said...

I like the way he's got a trace of something just eaten on the tip of his beak...

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

That is a pretty combination.
Blessings,Ruth

NCmountainwoman said...

Sumac always makes such a nice setting for bird photographs. And this one is lovely.

Willard said...

A good Bluejay photo. I am seeing them regularly, but it is hard to get them to sit still long enough for a well posed photograph.

Jan said...

Fabulous capture, Kerri. Love the jay and the red sumac.

Laurie said...

Blue Jays are so pretty but they are shy too. Beautiful shot.

Ida said...

Very nice capture.
I just love the blue color on that bird.
True beauty of nature. :)

Steve B said...

It's nice to have some color in the winter. Fun foto!

Shammickite said...

Mr BlueJay posed very nicely for you beside the sumac... great colours!

Judy said...

Love this photo, too! There seem to be traces of both the red and the blue in the branches of the tree. I don't know if it is reflection, or what, but I think that adds to the image.
Thanks for sharing!

2sweetnsaxy said...

Wow! Great shot. Such a pretty bird.

Mary said...

how nice of him to perch there next to the red sumac. I wonder if he knew what a pretty picture he made? :)

CG said...

I love that jay. Absolutely stunning colour against the red.

Carletta said...

How very lovely!
I agree with Willard in that you have to be quick with these guys - wonderfully captured.

MedaM said...

What a beautiful bird and its colour. The photo is just great and you are definitely amazing photographer.

Moi said...

what a beautiful combination of red, white and blue :)

PERBS said...

You get the most beautiful bird shots!

Ms. Math said...

I love how the blue of the bird looks against the red of the sumac. Very pretty photo!

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