Thursday, 29 November 2007

Starling.

These 3 photos were photographed with my 300m lens from DW's shed(studio) as I was painting her ceiling for her. They were shot from the window(shut).


11 comments:

Kerri said...

Wow -- you did a FANTASTIC job capturing this!

dot said...

You did good! That's a really beautiful bird!

oldmanlincoln said...

Those are very nice photographs iMac. I like them a lot and they show the bird so many people have learned to hate. I love them. They are great parents and excellent providers and they do a lot of good in our environment.

smilnsigh said...

Beautiful photos.

And congratulations to DW, for having such clean windows in her shed/studio. Really!

Thanks for explaining that Wednesday photo theme to me.

Mari-Nanci

Mike said...

Quite startling!

zakscloset said...

cute!!

Isadora said...

:) Nature is awesome. thank you for bringing it closer.

ASH's Eye said...

Great shots, as always, I am fond of bird pictures. They look a little different than our starlings, but I thought they were basically the same bird?

I read that they were introduced to the US in the 1800s because a society had organized to bring over all the birds mentioned in the works of Shakespeare. Or maybe that was the house sparrow. One of those birds!

Me said...

I love Starlings, and these are no exception. That middle photo is my favorite. Such cool birds. Yes, pesky I hear sometimes, but I like them just the same.
Thanks,
Wayne

smokepole said...

beautiful pictures.

Dragonstar said...

Starlings have such beautiful colours and patterns. Shooting through closed windows can be so tricky - you did well.