Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Snow Splash!


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© copyright 2012 Michelle A. Potter

44 comments:

  1. Dear Michelle, So.o.o cute! I have no snow here, but lots of dark-eyed juncos. Wish I could capture one with my camera as well as you have. P. x

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  2. Juncos are here too and no snow. Great capture of the little guy playing in the snow.

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  3. @Pam's English Garden Thanks, Pam. I really love juncos because they are so good at cleaning up the leftovers.

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  4. @gardenwalkgardentalk.com Thanks, Donna. We had some snow on Tuesday, but now it is gone. I hope we will have more soon.

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  5. Lovely birds!
    Ours are better than the weatherman at forecasting. Lots of birds at the feeders, much colder weather coming!
    Happy Wordless Wednesday!
    Lea

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  6. @Lea's Menagerie The birds are at the feeders quite a lot at this season. I hope we get more snow. The most recent one was merely a dusting and was gone by the next afternoon.

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  7. What a great capture! Lovely :)

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  8. How fun! I love little juncos -- so nice to see them once cooler weather arrives. :)

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  9. What a wonderful photo. I love the snow splash. Our snow is melted again at the moment, but there maybe more to come this weekend.

    And I love your new header...beautiful!

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  10. Lovely shot. So far not snow to speak of in our neck of the woods!

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  11. @Amelia Thanks, Amelia. I was lucky enough to get that shot.

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  12. @Jo I like watching the juncos on the ground. They are so nice to see in the winter.

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  13. @Wife, Mother, Gardener I hope we will have more snow. It has been a strange winter with milder weather than in other years.

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  14. What a cute shot! They are fun little birds, aren't they?!

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  15. cute little bird in snow! Nice shot!

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  16. Looks like that little birdie is having some fun in the snow! No snow here...in fact a year ago we were snowed in for a week. What a difference a year makes...

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  17. So sweet! The snow is supposed to move in here today--maybe I'll finally see some dark-eyed juncos here, too.

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  18. Oh that's just adorable! Nice job capturing this image.

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  19. Lovely picture - the bird looks as if it is really enjoying the snow bath!

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  20. hello Michelle, just catching up and I'm sorry to read you have been unwell, glad you are better now, I like your thoughts and words in the previous post and love all the photos including this beautiful snow bird, Frances

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  21. That is a beautiful shot !
    Perfect for Wordless Wednesday : )
    You have such a pretty blog her girl!
    Thank you for dropping by my blog!
    Joy

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  22. @PlantPostings They are fun. I miss them during the warmer months.

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  23. @Malar The snow was so wet that it splashed when he landed. Too bad the snow was gone within a few hours.

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  24. @Karin / Southern Meadows I like those winters when we have snow. This is turning out to be one of those where we have a few quick dustings...but winter is not over. I am still hoping for snow...

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  25. @Rose That would be great! We have not had much snow this year. Maybe some of yours will come our way.

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  26. @Bumble Lush Kitchen Garden He looks a bit surprised, doesn't he? Those snowflakes were probably cold.

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  27. @Island Threads Thank you for your kind words, Frances. I am feeling much better and looking forward to 2012.

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  28. @CanadianGardenJoy Thanks, Joy. He was competing with the other birds for some fallen morsels.

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  29. Fantastic job capturing this little guy and the little pieces of snow flying in all directions. You must have been very patient to capture this moment.

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  30. This is a beautiful shot. Kudos for capturing it!

    On January 12 there is no snow in West Michigan, but I know it's on the way. I moved all of the bird feeders so they are closer to fill and to more easily watch the goings-on.

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  31. So cute! I love watching the birds!

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  32. I have never heard of this bird before - what a sweet little thing - and so clever of you to get such a good shot.

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  33. Great photo and perfect title :)

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  34. @Marguerite I was lucky that at the moment I was watching the birds with the camera, he came by with his little splash. It does not always go that smoothly.

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  35. @Debra @ Gardens Inspired I hope you got some snow. We still are snow-less. We have had a few dustings that really did not last.

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  36. @Indie He looks like he just did something really spectacular, doesn't he?

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  37. @elaine rickett These juncos come in winter and migrate north in spring for breeding. I like that, as ground feeders, they clean up the mess around the birdfeeders.

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  38. @Rebecca The snow was so wet, it was easy for him to 'splash.'

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  39. @Tatyana@MySecretGarden I am glad we had a little of the snow left on the railing. It melted shortly after I took this shot.

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  40. I garden to enjoy the flowers and the birds. Your picture is stunning and so joyous!

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  41. @Rosemary I felt the same about that photo, Rosemary. It made me feel joyous.

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