Thursday

Our Senses Are Our Doors And Windows


Our senses are indeed our doors and windows on this world, in a very real sense the key to the unlocking of meaning and the wellspring of creativity.
~ Jean Houston

23 comments:

Catherine said...

It looks like this little bird is looking right at you and posing. Cute!
xo Catherine

Mrs Catch said...

I've no idea of its name, but he/she is the perfect birdy shape. Fat and fluffy, with a cute beak and shiny eyes. A painter would love him.

Dan Huber said...

Great image Kerri - without seeing from side, shape of bill and coloration, my thought is Scarlet Tanager.

dan

Birding is Fun! said...

It does look Tanager-like

Jill said...

What a wonderful capture. I just love seeing the details you get on these close ups.

Rebecca said...

He/She was a great subject for an autumn photo! Great shot :)

Angie said...

Totally awesome photo---I think that may be a female Summer Tanager. :)

Julie G. said...

Such a beautiful sight outside your window! The photo is so very clear. Love the autumn colors in the background. I would guess either a Summer or Scarlet Tanager. Great quote too!

JC said...

I want your window.

Gillian Olson said...

Beautiful bird, great picture, I wish he was outside "my" window.

TexWisGirl said...

a cutie, no matter what the breed.

Happyone:-) said...

It looks like a female goldfinch to me.
What a pleasant view out of your window!!

missing moments said...

Great capture Kerri! He's spying on ya!

Foxglove Lane said...

So sweet, great shot! Don't think we have those guys here so can't help with the species:~)

PoetessWug said...

Cutie, cutie! Show off those dead leaves! :-]

Frida @ Pixelbloggen.se said...

He's posing for you and he sees you for real.

Barb said...

The look on the bird's face says, "Let me inside with you!" My shots through windows never get this crisp - you must have cleaner windows!

Mimi said...

Not alone do you have fantastic photography skills, including spotting scenes, but you must have very clean windows Kerri.
Love the shot, sorry can't ID this little guy

Debbie said...

it's a wonderful way to get close ups, it's how i get most of mine!! and a wonderful way to get the hubs to keep the windows clean.

i think it's a tanger also!!

the wild magnolia said...

He is snuggled in trying to hide and dodge the rain, always I want to temporarily rescue them.

Love this photo.

Lisa RedWillow said...

What a fantastic capture. He is so cute also. Love the color.

Steve Gravano said...

Beautiful bird photography, especially this one and the red cardinal.

Nature in the Burbs said...

Very cute. I like the leaves in it too.

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