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Wordless...Wild Bird Wednesday


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  1. Oh ANNIE!!! This is wonderful and beautiful! Plus, this bird does look just a bit crazy. And you made him crazy beautiful.

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    1. ...crazy beautiful...I like that. Seems now it's a fitting image to share then, being that I'm crazy too.

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  2. What a fantastic picture. All the colours just merge so well and yet that eye makes you look really hard at the bird. Brilliant.

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    1. Thank you so much Findlay!! I just came from your blog and am really excited about Finn and her family. So, joyous your post was.

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  3. Amazing picture. I wish I could get awah with a hairdo like that

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    1. First, the question would be, does she or doesn't she...only her hairdresser knows for sure.

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  4. Hello Annie!:) Such wonderful colour and light in your picture. I love it!!:)

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  5. Do his eyes twirl around in the eye sockets? Sure looks like they might! :-)

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    1. Now wouldn't you be surprised if they eyes DID twirl? lol

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  6. Quite the "hairdo"!

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  7. I am sure his/her mother loves 'em anyway!

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  8. I've just come from the hairdresser and I think I'll take this bird photo with me next time and see if she can replicate it for me.

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    1. My images on my blog are NOT to be shared, stolen, or used in any way...sorry!!

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  9. Love the bird and this is the perfect edit for him/her...

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    1. Thanks Sandra...we both know that these editing filters and free software on the 'net is absolutely addictive.

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  10. Great edit! Did you scare it when taking the picture? It is a hair raising shot.

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    1. rofl...love the reference to a 'hair raising shot'!!!

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  11. Slightly crazed reddish egret (I assume?)....

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