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Love the waxwings, they are gorgoeus birds. Great shots, Kerri!
One of my favorite birds. They come here in late February just when spring is around the corner and stay just long enough to strip our huge photinia bush of a million berries and then off they go again. That dab of yellow on their tail almost looks like they rested on the side of a paint can for a few seconds.
...I love the angle in the first shot. It emphasizes the gorgeous feathers and waxy tips--very cool. (Our mulberry trees are always alive with them in June--love listening to their song when they fly in!)
they are such gorgeous birds!
gorgeous birds. wow... love those colors. (:
Beautiful shots of the bird.
Beautiful photos! Sadly, we don't see them here.
I don't think I've ever seen one of those birds. That first photo is amazing.
Lovely... and the tiny bit of red on their wings is the same color as the berries!
Beautiful detail that you caught!
Wow - beautiful details!
They are beautiful birds!
How lovely...!Our little winged friends...I hope we'll never have to do without them.Greets,Gabi
What superior images!!! Hey? Maybe you'd like to stop over and add this link to the Bird D'Pot for the weekend.
Stunning! They look so silky.
FABULOUS! Wonderful capture of this beautiful bird, Kerri. Wow.
I love waxwings! These photos are so great. All the little yellow and red bits show so well. They have such beautiful feathers
Sweet shot, Kerri!I love these! I've only had them a few times and they are always out of camera range.
Gorgeous birds, great pictures.
Wow, those are Amazing shots! Their feathers are indeed beautiful with the different touches of color. Beautiful birds.Happy Sunday!
Love the images!
they really are gorgeous birds...and their feathers are amazing! i have never even seen a waxwing in my yard...but i DID find a few feathers one day!! FEATHERS!! a sign from the spirits!!beautiful pictures & words!
I've never seen one before, but they are sure gorgeous. Nice shots!
Beautiful photos, what lens are you using?
Beautiful series!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Their feathers look so soft, like velvet!
Lovely photos! I love waxwings, we get a dofferent species here, slightly different in colour.
Glorious! Picture post card perfect Kerri!xo Catherine
Wow I have never seen a bird like that. How attractive.Beautiful Picture poster all right.
Waxwings are fascinating. Silky comes to mind.
These are amazing! Zoe alerted me to the one that shows all the field marks. I love that shot!
Beautiful detail on these, Kerri!
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