BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

CHICKADEE ON SUMAC

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ChickadeeA chickadee from last spring. Usually at this point, I’m at the reserve looking out for early spring migrants. This year, it’s different for everyone. So for the time being I’ll be posting photos I took earlier last year.

28 thoughts on “CHICKADEE ON SUMAC

  1. Very nice capture, Belinda! It’s hard to think of all that is going on out in nature that we are missing…nice to have past years’ images to revisit.

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  2. I’m sorry you aren’t able to get out in nature, Belinda, but I expect you have a large archive filled with great shots like this one. Take care!

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  3. Beautiful capture with these color contrasts.

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  4. Chickadees are our constant companions in MN, and I’m very sad that, with travel restrictions, we may not be able to fly home there from New Zealand in June as we’d planned. I will dearly miss the chickadees, among many other north-woods summer joys.

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  5. Sometimes we have to go back to older photos and reminisce until warmer days arrive. This is a lovely picture from your collection.

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  6. It’s lovely on that red Sumac. A very nice image to come out of your archive!

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  7. Wonderful to see this beautiful photo of the chickadee and sumac, Belinda. The detail you captured is a joy.

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  8. Very Nice Belinda! I also am going through images already taken! They really want everyone by us to stay home. More & more cases by us. To bad, there are two swan nests by a lake we drive by. Stay safe!

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  9. Another very beautiful image, Belinda! These are lovely birds.

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  10. We can all do with cheerful images such as this one!

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