BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

CHICKADEE CHEER (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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I always look out for these birds on my walks through the woods. They’re usually found along the path often flying away just as you put the camera up to your eye. These photos were taken in the spring and summer but chickadees are around all year and a little easier to photograph in the winter when they’re looking to be fed.

36 thoughts on “CHICKADEE CHEER (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. I love the pics … 💜

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  2. Beautiful pictures – I especially like the lighting and composition in the first one. A 🙂

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  3. These little birds are always so beautifully contrasting with colour, I think the first photo deserves a medal.

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  4. One of my favorite birds – perennially cheerful!

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  5. I love the gregarious chickadee.
    The only bird to have landed on my hand for a snack!

    Paz

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  6. Little beauties, and nice photos too.

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  7. Aren’t chickadees the best? This is probably me anthropomorphizing, but they always seem to be full of personality.

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  8. Adorable birds, I love their song too!

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  9. Your photos bring out the joy of finding a chickadee in one’s presence. Thank you, Belinda.

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  10. They’re both beautiful portraits! I love the look you’re getting from the second image.

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  11. Chickadees always make me smile. Your first image is wonderful, Belinda! Nice light and that perch was perfect for posing!

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  12. What lovely portraits of them!

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  13. That first image is superb, love the backlight and that you have got so much detail, nice work!

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  14. They are the sweetest little birds! I love having them around.

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