The first photo IS fantastic! The way You captured them, like they are rising up from the ground. And all the way back, with no end in sight. They look to be red-winged blackbirds.
These are great photos. I can imagine the noise they make.
What great shots! I'm not fast enough when I see a large group of birds!
I like these very much! Good job!
Grande revoada, gostei e aproveito para desejar uma boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
An interesting exercise is to guess how many birds are on a photo like that, then to actually count them - there'll be a lot more than most people estimate. I think the pictures of the birds on the square wire grid are excellent.
Hello,You did a great job capturing these birds. I see the Redwing Blackbirds, I wonder if the group is mixed species. Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy new week!
WOW that's a lot of birds. It's like something out of an Alfred Hitchcock movie.
If you are out at just the right time you can hear them gathering in the trees before they take off. It's pretty relaxing to watch them flying around in the gathering with seemingly no purpose. Sometimes a Murder will fly in looking for whatever they are looking for and fly off again. I often wonder if they are strangers passing through or if my resident crows join the group that is really a family reunion, lol. I never tire of watching birds.xx, Carol
I, too, love seeing swarms of birds. I like how you have caught them in flight. ANd also close up on the wire fence.
Excellent series of photos captured here! This was quite a swarm you've spotted. I am surprised how they are able to fly like this without hitting each other. It's amazing.
where is the photo of Alfred Hitchock? he he he… I love the way you told the story, each of them shows how many there were and the closeups in the fence are beautiful because we can see what type they were.. to me the photos are amazing
;I think these are fine pictures of so many birds. It would be nice to see a video of tthis.
I think you did a great job capturing the birds!. I love the memories these flocks bring back...I'm a great Alfred Hitchcock fan. Enjoy your day!
You're wrong, Rose. That first photo IS FANTASTIC! That is so cool. Why are there so many birds swarming around in this one area I wonder? I love the picture of the four birds on the wire fence too.Have a sweet Autumn week.~Sheri
amazing shots of the birds...I am reminded of the starlings and murmuration !You have done a great job Rose.OI love those seated in those squares too! LOvely images !!!Devi :)
Hari OMLove these - grand scale and more intimate... YAM xx
I think they are great photos. So many birds. Really like the first one and the birds sitting on the fence each one in a little square.
Miles volando en el cielo. Buen lunes. Un abrazo.
Reminds me of Hitchcock. ;-)
I think your photographs are wonderful too! It's hard to imagine how many birds there might have been gathered there. A few years ago "zillions" of Robins flew over our house, obviously going somewhere, probably to feed in croplands as your birds were.
it's a great series of the birds and each image can stand alone... that is the last one would require some explaining Rose... but you get the feeling of motion....peter:)
Words fail me. So very many birds and constantly in motion. You did very well with these shots.
Maybe it is a thrush, similar to the fieldfare (Turdus pilaris), as it occurs in our latitudes?
Cool series of shots of all the birds. I don't think I've ever seen that many at once. I wonder what kind they are.
These are fabulous images. I love big groups of birds. I usually see them around fields where the corn has been harvested. A wonderful series.
Wow! Well done on these fabulous photographs, what a lot of birds … marvellous.All the best Jan
Excellent images of the gathering birds. I love to watch them fly in large formations, twisting and turning.
Post a Comment