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Happy New Year Kerri!I look forward to many more of your beautiful photos in 2011!xo Catherine
This is beautiful pictures. Happy New Year!
I almost didn't see him! I was looking at the very interesting tree!! ^_^ Nice shot.
Awesome! Happy New Year!!
Beautiful shot with the bark of the tree and the lichen! And they are hard to get!Happy New Year.
Happy New Year Kerri,Wishing ou all the very best.
Kerri,I have seen Brown Creepers on the big oak tree outside our house 5 times this fall. They are very fast glad you got such a good photo of one!
What a beautiful sound! Haven't seen any lately around here.
How fun! I've never seen one. He blends in so well with the tree! Happy New Year Kerri!
Amazing that you spotted him. He's so well camouflaged against the bark isn't he? It's a lovely picture.
Such clarity - beautiful job Kerri - Happy New Year!
Lovely Brown Creeper image. I love the way they continue upward in their search for tidbits and treasures. Wishing you MANY tidbits and treasures to look forward to in 2011.
He blends in so well.
These are perky little birds.. Hard to get them to sit still to get their picture..Very nice~!I love your pictures of all your birds.. Course I'm a bird lover too.Have a great New YEar's be safe and be careful..Happy 2011 ta tafor now from Iowa
Exquisite detail..and wonderful capture. Happy New Year!
That is a beautiful picture of this bird.I have found them hard to capture.
the brown creeper is a cavity nester.I had one in a small nestbox with 1 1/4 entrance.I walked after him around the yard twice.and he would not let me have a clear shot.he would go all around the box befoe he went in upsidedown sometimes.
Wonderful shot of the Creeper. I don't see one very often and never get a good shot. They blend so well with the tree.
One of my favorite birds! Happy New Years
Simply astounding, the bird,the tree...
So jealous!! He's awesome!!! Happy New Year!
Oh, this is so pleasing in so many ways. . .
what a lovely photo, I love the textures of the bark and lichens as well as the lovely little bird!
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