Friday, February 13, 2009

Favourite Food/ Photo Scavenger Hunt

Juncos at feeder

Today's Photo Scavenger Hunt challenge: favourite food.

True, you can't see the seed inside this feeder so you'll just have to trust me that it's there. But you can see two greedy hungry juncos. And there are many more juncos and chickadees in the nearby cedars, looking out for dangerous critters and waiting their turn to quickly fly in to partake in a share of the feast.

By the way, this photo was taken a few days ago. Most of our snow is now gone...temporarily. Luckily, the next batch will not last three months like the one that landed on us in November and Mother Nature kept topping up.

FYI: Sky Watch is the post below.

More Photo Scavenger Hunt photos can be found at View of You Photography, http://viewofyouphoto.blogspot.com

10 comments:

cieldequimper said...

That's such a lovely timeless winter scene!

George said...

What a great picture! Thanks for sharing.

BJ Roan said...

I'm really hoping our snow is finished for the winter, but it sure does make for nice photos. Love this one.

Rambling Round said...

These little birds are so lucky to have someone help feed them!

see you there! said...

The detail in this photo is so interesting, the flaking red paint, the bits of the roof that are curling up. Oh, and of course birds.

Darla

Denise said...

Love this shot, wonderful bird feeder you have there. I would enjoy that in my garden.

Mary said...

Ahh, juncos and chickadees, and tufted titmice, too, are my favorite birds -- so gregarious and cute! Love the faded red paint on the feeder. Wonderful photo. :) Have a great weekend!

Titania said...

It is always nice to see the birds feeding with a helping hand in wintertime. I must say your pictures have a very special quality.

PERBS said...

Snow everywhere! I love it! In this photo you might say it's for the birds! Ü

PJ said...

I did something similar for mine except it's a little more "earthy". I think we get Juncos down here but I'll have to check. As always a nice capture.

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