Monday, January 21, 2013

Waiting/Our World


Many hands out along the trail...waiting

What were they waiting for?

Looking expectantly

 Still waiting

Even a little hand was  outstretched...waiting

Finally!

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49 comments:

guild-rez said...

Love your post!!
Great pictures:)

see you there! said...

The birds must be quite tame to approach all those outstretched hands.

Darla

Buttons said...

Oh I found myself waiting too. Great post . B

Pamela Gordon said...

Lovely photoshoot. It's fun to hand feed chickadees. I bet those kids were excited to have one land on their hands.

llandudnopictures said...

Well worth the wait!

Penelope Puddlisms said...

Awww … you touched my heart with this one. :)

Andy said...

This looks like fun.

Judy said...

How awesome is that! I love it that he went to the little guy.

Cezar and Léia said...

Wonderful post dear EG!Thanks for these lights to my day! :)
The little bird is so cute!
Léia

Birdman said...

And all along I thought it was raindrops.

Stephanie said...

It was certainly worth the wait. Great shots!

TexWisGirl said...

sweet!!!

cieldequimper said...

Cuuuuute!

Halcyon said...

Fantastic! Will this work for birds in my yard? :)

Pam ;) said...

Both young and old enjoy hand feeding birds especially sweet faced little ones.

LONDONLULU said...

So sweet! And well worth the wait:)

ladyfi said...

Oh, how cute and such a great experience.

Carver said...

That totally blows me away. The chickadees that live at my place are so fast and there's no way they'd land on an outstretched hand.

RedPat said...

Magic, EG!

Audrey said...

Mes enfants adoreraient faire ca ;o)

Bonne semaine !

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

And the wait is so worth it when a little bird first lands on the hand.

eileeninmd said...

What a cute post! If I were there I would have my hand out too. Love the shot of the cute boy with the chickadee. He was the lucky one!

Jori said...

Fabulous! What a wonderful experience for the kiddo's!

Sylvia K said...

What a delightful post for the day, EG! I love it! Wonderful captures! Thanks for the smiles on a gray, foggy day!! Have a great week!

Sue said...

Worth waiting for!

=)

Gary said...

Noe who steels the scene the little guy or the chickadee, or maybe just both!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Photo Cache said...

I'm curious and curiouser. There's more to this than these images right?

Robert Geiss said...

Wonderful Wonderful Wonderful

How life can, how life should be.


daily athens photo

NatureFootstep said...

that´s a beautiful thing to do. :) I don´t think it would work here.

Fun60 said...

Terrific captures.

Karen said...

How sweet.

Al said...

What a great series of photos - you had me wondering right up to the last one!

Carol L McKenna said...

Great post ~ lovely photos ` love the little bird and boy ~ (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

Gemma Wiseman said...

Love how you staged these photos! At first I thought that the hands were waiting for raindrops! And the patient calmness of the little guy is amazing!

Randy said...

Worth the wait.

Susan said...

How perfectly awesome!!!!

stardust said...

Hand feeding is a thrilling experience! It’s really worth waiting for patiently. Both the boy and the bird are so cute and I’m also impressed by other people’s fashionable attire.

George said...

This is a great photo sequence. I think I would be holding out my hand if I were there as well.

Jack said...

Didn't those little birds live for eons before people started giving them seed? [You can tell I don't have a birdfeeder and I don't hand feed them, either.]

Luna Miranda said...

ohhh, it's a bird!:p
love your photo sequence. i've hand-fed a tarsier, a tiger, fish, my dog but not a bird, well, not yet.:p

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Oh, that would be so cool to have one of those birds land on your hand and eat from it.

RuneE said...

Nice build-up! I thought they were all testing for rain until the last photo :-)

Indrani Ghose said...

A story well told.

EG CameraGirl said...

But Jack! :)) It's OK with me that you don't believe in feeding the birds, but I I do want to say that for many humans this is the only way they have contact with nature. Feeding the birds is not just for the birds, it's also good for the human psyche. Just sayin'.
EG CameraGirl

Dana said...

So sweet! Lovely pics. :)

kelley jensen said...

how fun!

Rohrerbot said...

That's very cool!!! I need to try that bit:)

Rose said...

Love it!

Elaine said...

Lovely photos ! I have a few birds that will sit on my hand and eat seed all the others prefer the feeders lol ! I am out almost every day with the birds here as they feed and they are used to me now after three years and some even talk to me. Have a good day !

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