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very cute little things!
Great photos, cute birds!
They always travel in pairs, I love that!!
I had the same idea!
Great visitors!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Love when the gold finch visit. Just found your blog via. " love purple". Enjoy photography (I am very much an amateur ) lately I seem to be trying to perfect photography by cellphone. Nice to find you.Willow
Awwwwwww.....shoooooooo cuuuuteee...absolutely adorable and awesome photography. Did you use telephoto lenses?
Superb pics, love the way he looks sideways, could he see you at all? The background is perfect for each one. Cheers from Jean
Oh, Karen, they are so beautiful and your captures are fantastic! I love them!!
They are absolutely adorable, Karen!
Great photos - I especially like the first one.
The goldfinches are sweet birds, lovely captures.
Oh I LOVE yellow so pretty. B
gorgeous!! great clarity and brilliant color! *VBS*
Fantastic shots of the birds.
A beautiful couple!
Awwwww... They are so sweet.... Lovely photos... Michelle
Wonderful shots as always Karen but that first one is an especially sweet shot!
Thank you. They are truly beautiful.
Great photos of these beautiful birds.Kind regards, Irma
What a stunning bird Karen, All the best Gordon.
Just one word today Karen....AWESOME!!
Sharp and vibrant!
Great shots. I love the animation in that first one.
Such a cute couple!
Hi Karen Lovely shots of these birds. Our Goldfinch are very different in colour. Margaret
Sweet little ones!!! Thanks for visiting MammothLakesDP!!!
What a dashing darling! Just so pretty!
Oh they are ligttle darlings, great shots of them Karen. They post beautifully!DeniseAn English Girl Rambles
That should have said 'pose' beautifully, I'm half asleep it seems :)
I'd just love to come across this one; can't imagine the big birds around here letting it in their territory though; reminds me of a canary; beautiful Karen
Karen , these two are just too delicious for words. Real little beauties.
Very pretty, love these little ones~
Wonderful birds - you can see why they are called Gold.Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
Love the clarity in the shots!
Such delicate and pretty shots!
great shots of a gorgeous pair. :)
Cool shots of the goldfinches!
Great shots. I love finches. When I lived in Oklahoma I had all kinds of them, yellow, purple, rainbow...
Such sweet pix of the goldfinches! Thanks for dropping by my blog while I was away in Arizona.
I'm always thrilled when our goldfinches return to us in the Spring, and sad when they leave their niger seed feeders, signaling that they have left us for the year.I can't think of a much more cheerful creature!
Just curious... I had to put word verification back on my blog because I was getting so many spams. How do you manage that?
Usually the male is the prettier bird but with these I prefer the female. Not a fan of the mask on the males forehead!
Please feel free to leave a comment, and hey, why not follow my blog too.I can't respond to every comment, but I will return the favour and visit your blog. I have turned off word verification, but it randomly shows up, that's a BLOGGER glitch.