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I think I am fluffy too:) Nice shots. Hug B
Cute shots of the fluffy birds. I really love the dove shot. Karen, thank you for linking up to my Saturday's Critters. Have a happy weekend!
Oh, I love your fluffy birds, Karen!! And, of course, that happy squirrel is always a favorite!! Such a fun post as always and a wonderful start for my day!! Thanks you for your kind words on my blog, they are greatly appreciated. Enjoy your weekend!
i love these images ... *common* birds in all their beauty. And the squirrel ... of course has to be on the deck looking for a feeder!
these are PRECIOUS! i'm just grinning all the way through. the dove is SOOO fluffy. and i always love your begging squirrels!oh, and that starling shot is stellar!
You and Debbie get the most beautiful bird photos! I won't comment on the last photo!
They sure are fluffed up against the cold! Beautiful photos Karen. I love the colours in the starling.
Wonderful shots! I can see each of them just shivering in the cold, especially the squirrel.
Karen, these are awesome portraits! You got them all in the perfect settings. The starling is an attention-getter.
Karen , it is so beautiful your capture
Beautiful fluffy birds.
Oh the dove! So adorable. Great shots.
These are wonderful shots, Karen!
Great shots of the fluffy birds. They're adorable.
hehe karen, i often say that about myself. i am like cotton candy, sweet and fluffy ;)awesome captures.ps....k. muff said in her comment on my blog today that you and i take awesome bird pictures. my jaw dropped to be mentioned in the same category with you!!
Fluffy and so cute!
You have amazing lenses to capture these up close. Love the fine details of the feathers.
With all the seeds and peanuts we feed them, they could be fat! The starling is incredible.
Definitely of the fluffy and adorable kind :)
I love these photos - the squirrel with his nose all covered in snow is too cute! I'm not fat but fluffy too!Wren X
Nice fluffies Karen. Are those birds telling me it's still cold where you are?
Wow they are puffed up aren't they. Poor wee things they must be cold! Lovely pics though! Nice to see a picture of you on the sidebar. Its's always nice to put a face to the name :))
Hi Karen,So nice to meet you!What amazing close ups of these fluffy cuties! The photo of the mourning dove almost seems like painted portrait! And that bandit could easily be a loveable critter in a children's story book!Enjoyed these, thanks for sharing!Poppy (visiting via Karen's)
They all look like they're working on making the feathers of good use in the cold!! Like little puff balls!!And the squirrel is so darned cute.Great photos, as always.
Hi,Karen. Nice captures. Your photos are very beautiful. Thanks for sharing. Wishing you a wonderful weekend.
Super shots, Karen! The starling shot is spectacular!
Incredible images! I love them all.
they are all so fluffy - cuties!! hi there - hopped over from "Saturday's Critters". nice to meet ya. (we are friends, i love that you put in a photo of you ... always fun to see what folks really look like.) hope you are having a good weekend!! ( :
Gorgeous photos! All your photos are amazing...love your 'fluffy' little squirrel!Blessings,Gert
Your images of the birds and squirrel are so beautifully clear. I want to reach out and touch the feathery softness of the House Sparrow and brush the bit of snow away from the squirrel's face. I'd be thrilled to take photos like these, Karen. Thank you for linking this post to Sunlit Sunday.-Karen
They're all gorgeous - but I like the starling best of all.Visiting via Sunlit Sunday.
Awesome shots. Look cute but they are in coldness.Thanks for stopping by.
Karen,Thanks for coming by my blog. You got some wonderful pictures of all the birds in the snow. Are usually have to go to Vancouver BC to see black squirrels. But occasionally I do get some down here in Oregon.Yael
I love your not fat just fluffy post. The birds are amazing to take pictures of and you got amazing shots.Cindy
Wow you have a nice camera and sure know how to use it. These shots are amazing. Over from Karen's Sunlit Sunday. Beautiful blog.
Neat how they can fluff themselves up against the cold.
terrific studies of those cute little guys!it is amazing how effective their insulation is when they fluff up like that!Great work!! *VBS*
teh birds seems to be warm enough but the poor squirrel seems to be freezing a lot.
LOL these are all just adorable...what wonderful FLUFFY shots :)
I love when they get all fluffed up like this!They are so precious, Karen.I especially love the dove.Have a wonderful week ahead!
Fun set of pictures, Karen. I love the details you captured.
I wish I could say the same for myself! These are fabulous, fun photos.
Yes, it is fluffy weather
Thats an excuse I think I will use - although it may be less convincing in the summer!Nice set of pictures.Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
These are great shots, Karen. Can we say we are fluffy and not fat?
OMG-they are extremely cute, extremely adorable! Fantastic shots, Karen! I love them all!
Nice little back yard visitors!
I love your shots Karen!! I can't decide whether the sparrow is my favourite or the squirrel - I love the snow on the squirrels face. Such crisp detail. Well done!
Such wonderful shots, Karen. The mourning dove looks so cuddly and fluffy.
Love to see your birds fluffing up their bodies in the snow.They are so pretty.The birds look like they are patiently enduring the extreme cold.Thank you for visiting Green Tomato and your kind comment.
Oh my gosh those are some "fluffy" birds for sure and that squirrel is just so cute. Your newest follower.http://wishesdreamsandotherthings.blogspot.com/2014/02/songography-sunlit-sunday.html
Hi Karen, those fluffy creatures are so adorable! Great shots. Christa
Your shots are just amazing. Have to ask what sort of lens you were using in these. Love them!
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