Wednesday

Raining on a Wren

Hope it is a Sunny Day in your neighborhood!

36 comments:

SandyCarlson said...

You amaze me, Kerri. You get the best shots. Your affection for these creatures comes through.

Rob Ripma said...

Great shot! Such and amazing little bird.

A New England Life said...

I noticed the lines right off. Good for you! Aren't wrens so cute? It's been a while since I've seen any in NH and with another foot of snow coming I think it will be a while longer!

Nice photo Kerri : )

Judy said...

Wonderful photo!The wren doesn't even seem to be fazed by the rain, just sitting there thinking what to do next!
Thanks for sharing!

2sweetnsaxy said...

Wonderful shot! Maybe it's my imagination but it looks like it's a little disgusted with the rain.
:-)

Appalachian Lady said...

Wonderful photo of one of my favorite birds. You make the rain look beautiful.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

The wren is such a lovely bird. I think this is the first one I've ever seen!

I wish it were raining here - it's snowing.

Hilary said...

That's a fantastic shot, Kerri. I love rainy or snowy backdrops like that.

NCmountainwoman said...

Aw, what a sweet little thing. Great photograph.

Mary said...

Oh what a sweet picture! Like a little window into a bird's life. :)

CG said...

Poor little wren! I often worry what birds do in really bad weather!

Allison said...

Great photo! Wrens are just adorable. Thanks for stopping by my blog! :)

michael bird said...

What beautiful bird photos! And being able to see the rain is nice too but I love the drops on the branches. Very nifty.

June said...

How DO the little critters make it in that weather!?

RuneE said...

I felt a little sorry for him - wanted to give him an umbrella. If you don't my saying so - if you have room to spare: Crop the picture so that the bird moves a little to the right (he will then look into the picture) and that trunk will also move a bit more to the right. It is a strong vertical line. And if you haven't given up on me by now, move the whole set-up down a little bit (the rule of threes' as it is sometimes called)

PS Thank you for the comment - I hoped you would enjoy it. I'm not satisfied with the last one - there should be more contrast between the outside and the tunnel in b&w, but I'll work more on the, given time. If I post it again somewhere, I'll send you the link.

Raven said...

What a lovely photo. Wish we had rain here. Yesterday it was our hottest day in seventy years - reached 45.7 degrees celcius and the heat is continuing...

Michele said...

Beautiful! I have never really seen rain in my photos as I usually take landscapes. What a really neat effect. I will have to try that! It's very nice.
(Hug)

Country Girl said...

Hey, Kerri. My gosh, these are gorgeous. Why aren't you on my blogroll, I wondered? I've added you because I love your photos.

Thanks for the encouragement on the texture photos. Yes, they are totally addicting. I may need a support group soon.

DeeMom said...

wow

Carletta said...

Love the alliteration in the title!
Wonderful shot!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

That is really neat.I've tried as well but not met with a lot of success.
Blessings,Ruth

Steve B said...

I love this photo. What else can I say?

Linda said...

Kerri, you take the most wonderful pictures of birds. I am just amazed at how great they all turn out to be. I have a very difficult time getting birds pictures and everytime I do manage to get one, I always think of you. This is lovely. I actually got a pretty good picture of one today, I just posted it.

Salty said...

I love the wren shots!

These little birds can be so elusive! I have yet to get a good shot of one. Great work Kerri!

Mary said...

Poor little wren! If he was at my house he'd be encased in ice.

Becky and Gary said...

Cool capture Kerri!
I love those little Wrens. They are so cute. I like the rain drops.
B,

Luke Wiley said...

Looks like this bird isn't effected by the rain.

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Natural Moments said...

Your photo is awesome, especially knowing that it was taken through window glass. The light is great too considering the rain you were having.

MedaM said...

You managed to take really fantastic shot through the window glass. I like those rainy drops and the little bird is so lovely. It seems to me I could take that little sweet in my hand.

Denise said...

Beautiful shot Kerri. What a lovely little wren. Your photo does him justice.

Modesto Viegas said...

Great shot!
Regards

Moi said...

awww.......he looks a little forlorn but i guess he will find a way to keep warm, wouldn't he!

PERBS said...

That bird may be little but it sure is fat too! Rge rain is like snow coming down in photos -- good catch.

Ms. Math said...

I do see the lines of the falling rain and I love them! I also love the water droplets hanging from the branches! Great shot for Watery Wednesday!

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