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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Blue Jay





40 comments:

  1. Such beautiful shades of blue. Great photo. And it's sunny where you are!

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    1. Brilliant blue sky today and not a single cloud! Gorgeous, perfect fall day!

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    1. I believe he does! I kept turning so I'd get his good side. haha.

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  3. I had a couple of those squawking outside my window today.
    They really act like they own the place, but they are so pretty and I love to watch them.

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    1. They are so noisy! But I do love them...so big and bright, especially after watching
      chickadees! haha...

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  4. gorgeous bird. great picture. love the red berries. It is so beautiful where you live. Mr. Roadrunner wandered through here earlier. He had a lizard. I didn't have a camera ; )

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    1. Now there's something we don't see in Ohio....Roadrunners..or lizards! Lucky you!

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  5. GO JAYS GO!!!
    Sorry...
    I just had to!!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  6. Great shot of the Blue Jay . . . . and the Canadian ones are doing very well too . . . :)

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    1. Are they? I don't follow them. :) How about something American...Mets? Cubs? :)

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    2. Mets? . . . Cubs? . . . not sure what they are . . . :)
      The Toronto Blue Jays are a 'rounders' team . . . oh I mean Baseball team. We have a game here ion UK for girls called rounders which is based on Baseball . . . lol

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    3. I didn't realize you were into Canadian sports!

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    4. Not a lot but they are an interesting team . . . and I like the game . . . :)
      I also follow Dallas Cowboys American Football Team although I don't understand all the rules of american Football . .
      Not as exciting as our rugby though or your nascar . . . :)

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    5. Of all the American football teams, why the Cowboys?

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    6. It stems right back to the TV program, Dallas . .. (remember it?) and during the opening credits every week we were shown glimpses of the Cowboys and that somehow triggered my imagination. Then I saw them on our TV a few times and it started from there . . . . I am not an ardent fan but I like to to watch out for them on occasions . . not doing that great this season. . . . :)

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    7. I'll watch out for the Bobcats as well . . . :)

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    8. And here I thought you watched for the cheerleaders....

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    9. Yes,...lol...how naive do you think we all are? :)

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    1. He looked so pretty against those berries, I just had to get a picture!

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  8. Caught the jay
    Out to play
    We had one the other day
    Cassie wanted to eat come what may

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    1. Would have been a tasty treat
      Both of them would think it neat!

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    2. Orlin probably run away
      Chicken at our bay

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    3. Tell him it probably tastes like chicken
      then maybe his chops he'd be lickin'.
      haha.

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    1. Thanks, Angie...gorgeous fall weather here...makes for great photos!

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    1. They are beautiful, aren't they? And they always announce their arrival, so it's hard to miss them!

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  11. Every time I see one of your great nature pictures....I see another calendar...HaHa. My dearest is thinking perhaps I need a new camera, since my is truly held together with clear postage tape. I just hate the thought of learning a new camera. I have this little Canon Power Shot forever.
    Have a good evening. Works all done, so I'm finally finding time to visit a few friends. Hugs

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    1. New cameras are hard to get used to...just like new computers! But I bet they still make that Power Shot and most of the features would be the same for you. Works all done...my goodness, you really jumped right into it, didn't you? Time to relax now. Did your plants on the balcony all survive while you were gone?

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  12. Blue Jays always make for colourful photography. Unfortunately here in Toronto and Kansas City they are taking a thumping. ;))

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    1. lol....

      oh dear, sorry for all the Jay fans!

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  13. If we were going to have another boy, he's name would of been Jay!
    Love Blue Jays!

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  14. So pretty. It'seems about time for me to start filling my feeder again, although I'm still concerned about the naughties...

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  15. Oh wow, I almost missed seeing this one. It was and is a great capture. The fruit or seeds looks healthy and loaded for the bluejay.

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