Friday, September 18, 2009

Upside-down/ Photo Hunter


Robin eating chokecherries while hanging on to a skinny branch


This week's Photo Hunter challenge: upside-down.

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38 comments:

PERBS said...

Neat catch! Interesting subject for yoru meme.

see you there! said...

Great shot. Makes me kinda dizzy tho.

Darla

Calico Crazy said...

He is just darling! I love how agile they are.

Calico Contemplations

Craver Vii said...

Chokecherries indeed... that's what happens when you eat 'em upside-down.

CRIZ LAI said...

Wow! I wished I have the opportunity to capture this shot. It's beautiful!

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Carver said...

What a great shot. I love it! Happy weekend.

George said...

He's determined to get to those berries. What a wonderful picture.

Annie said...

What a great shot! I love robins. Fun to see one eating upside down.

Have a nice weekend!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

That Robin is doing an acrobat maneuver in order to get to those chokecherries. Great photo, EG.
Hugs,
Betsy

jams o donnell said...

Ooh what an excellent photo. I've never heard of choke cherries before though. It looks as if Mr Redbreast likes them!

Photo Cache said...

Pretty neat, what a great find. Happy weekend.

Dagrun said...

Wonderful capture. Love the red berries, they really add something to the already beautiful picture.

Have a nice weekend.:D

Jacob said...

What fun! You had to be quick to get that one. I'm always amazed how they can do these kinds of acrobatics without falling...

Mar said...

Lovely shot and beautiful bird!! Happy PH and happy weekend :)
My PH

Colin Campbell said...

¿uıɐƃɐ ǝuo ƃıq ʇɐɥʇ s,ǝɹǝɥʍ

Splendid Little Stars said...

That is fabulous!

Patti said...

What a great capture! And you can certainly use this photo for Ruby Tuesday. It's perfect. ;-)

Have a nice weekend ~

Day4plus said...

Oh how funny. good capture. You take the neatest pictures.

Here's a fun new thing to do.:
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MB

YTSL said...

My first thought was that the photo had been inverted but I guess not after reading your explanation of what's going on in it! :O :)

Becky and Gary said...

This is GOOD EG. I don't think Choke Cherries taste all that good, but maybe the Robin doesn't taste... Our Robins have left till next Spring.
Have a happy week-end.
B.

gengen said...

This is pretty upside down shot of a bird. happy hunting. TC

kaye said...

fantastic shot and very original

archiearchive said...

Great choice - so many birds eat upside down.

Hootin' Anni said...

This is terrific!!!

My upside down is HERE

Jama said...

That's a good catch!

Amy's Blah, Blah, Blogging said...

Perfect picture for the theme!

magiceye said...

this is a lovely take on the theme!

upto6only said...

great catch for this week's theme.

Happy Weekend

Cookie said...

Wow!! It looks like a postcard. Lovely shot :)

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CY said...

I think I like your theme by far. Great shot and absolutely awesome. If theres an award I'll vote for this one! Have a nice weekend. CY
www.tangcyee.com

TAB said...

Wow! is right! Perfect shot for the theme.

healingmagichands said...

This is a great shot. Now you know that robin is going to be planting choke cherries somewhere else on your property, right?

Glad I stopped by.

TorAa said...

I can say nothing but I'm really fascinated by this excellent photo;-)

Mrs Mecomber said...

Great photo! I didn't know that robins could hang upside down like that.

Here's mine... kinda wordy today. I didn't want to go on a trapeze bar and I have no pics of mountains. :S

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Have a great weekend!

Susanne said...

Love it! That is such a great shot!

Rose said...

Wonderful capture!

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

Lovely! It's feast time for robins, I suppose.

AB said...

Yup, those juicy berries look like they are worth a few risky acrobatics.

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