BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

SINGLE SPARROW

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SparrowThese common sparrows are often found in groups. You might appreciate their song but don’t often really consider them. This little sparrow enjoying the water on a hot day didn’t mind my presence, so I took the opportunity to admire him and take some shots.

27 thoughts on “SINGLE SPARROW

  1. Very nice Belinda! Like the reflection in the water!

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  2. A splendid photo. Contest-winning and archival worthy, I say.

    “How much more intimately would you know
    The tiny seed, the quaking grass,
    If it were all the world?

    Consider the Sparrow,
    And how much greater is his knowledge
    Than your own.”

    Seek peace,

    Paz

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  3. What a splendid shot, Belinda – that reflection is perfect!
    “Mirror, mirror… who’s the fairest…” 😉

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  4. I feel that sparrows are very beautiful and love their brown colors. This is a beautiful image, thank you for showcasing these birds so wonderfully❤️

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  5. What a gift to find him/her at the bath! Lovely shot, Belinda.

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  6. Very nice composition and lovely reflection, Belinda. And nice to get a clear shot away from twigs!

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  7. Very clear image and well focussed among the boulders!

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  8. Stunning capture, Belinda! LOVE the reflection!! ❤

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  9. I am very glad that you did. Common it might be, yet its subtle colouring is beautiful.

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  10. That’s a great shot Belinda, the reflection in the water even has the glint of light in it’s eye.

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  11. They look so plain but their song is special.

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