BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

22 thoughts on “BLUE JAY

  1. Great shot, Belinda.

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  2. This is an incredible photo, Belinda. A treat to see his whole back and head in his turned posture, and the markings are so distinct, so exquisite. I like the bit of fluff on the end of his bill. And the new leaves, so bright and promising. And his contemplative expression. We don’t get blue jays on the west coast, and I am always drinking up the beauty of them. This photo was a gift, thank you.

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  3. Wonderful shot, Belinda! 🙂 Blue Jays are handsome birds, though a lot of smaller birds hate and mistrust them (because of what they do).

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  4. Beautiful shot, Belinda! Love that gorgeous patterned back of the Blue Jay!

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  5. Loving this Blue Jay, Belinda, but it kind of looks sad. Beautiful shot!

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  6. Beautiful photograph, beautiful bird Belinda!

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  7. What a beautifully composed photograph!

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  8. We don’t have them here on Vancouver Island, but we have the steller’s jays instead. When we go to Montana, sometimes we’ve seen the bluejays and it’s a big deal for us. You’re so lucky to have them around in big numbers. Very pretty birds.

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  9. Lovely lighting really enhances your shot of this beautifully coloured bird.

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  10. Nice Belinda! Enjoyed seeing it!

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  11. Male or female–it doesn’t matter. They are so generously endowed with painterly plumage, it’s good to be able to see them in detail. I suspect it was in the process of preening, rather than eating something, but you may very well be right. Whatever–great shot, Belinda!

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