Category: Croatia, Photography Tagged: birds, Jo's monday walk, lake, photography, wildlife, Zagreb
Beautiful shot =)
Thank you Ana Lucia. I am glad you have joined me 🙂
oh that is some shooting!! The bird in flight is awesome!
Thank you 🙂 I don’t know which one you refer to – there is a gull type of bird with bluish wings in flight and a young swan 😀
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the third one.. the bird, only one in flight
Oh, thank you very much 🙂
you are welcome 🙂
😀 I like the word “birdography”- Thank you SAN_jeet
Good hunting, Paula… 😀
😆 Takk Drake
Love your shot of the swan taking off Paula!
Thank you very much, Colline. I was thrilled to capture it. 🙂 I love birds in action.
I love the first one!
Glad you like it DM 🙂 Thank you for your nice visit.
You must have them all down there! We had hardly any birds on the reservoir this morning 😦
I like your last shot where he’s looking right into the camera. Got his eye on you! Quirky music 🙂 🙂
Many thanks, Paula. Hope to catch up with you later in the week.
You are welcome!
seriously for a split second I was expecting to see some men with guns on the ground to go with “shooting” some birds. loland esp. cos the only photo I saw in the reader was the upper left one – with them all in the sky.
anyhow, your shots are lovely – especially like the last one – landing….
🙂 I really like the position of his wings in that one 🙂 Thank you very much Yvette
de nada – and forgot to tell you I was cracking up with the bird song -and you brought me back to a former student – just some random kid I taught one year – well one day he was doing the dance to this song and singing it – so funny…. and it was a nice surprise to your post!
You’ve got a great eye for capturing motion, Paula. What a fun outing!
Thank you, kindly Lisa 🙂
Paula the title of your post had me wondering. So happy to see these fabulous ‘shots’!
Were you worried for a second? 😉 Thank you for the compliment, Sue 🙂
I would have been very surprised if it had included guns. 🙂
I was only 8 when I grabbed my first hunting gun :D. It was to shoot a cat – I swear. (Don’t tell Linda.) One of the grown ups took it away from me and nobody was harmed.
Oh my goodness! Yes let’s not tell Linda that one!
Love your bird “shots”, Paula! Can you believe I remember dancing to that song as a kid? Wow — and that was a Billboard hit?? HA! 😆
It’s hard to believe that, Linda. I’m happy you clicked play and remembered your childhood.
Lovely bird shots, Paula. The swan is so gorgeous. 🙂
🙂 I wish I had a variety like you do in Florida. 🙂 Thank you, Sylvia
Great shot of the birds, Paula!
Very nice of you to come and admire them, Klausbernd. Thank you very much.
Wow.. Such beauties…
🙂 I am glad you like them
A much more thoughtful approach to shooting birds.
😉 🙂 thanks, Charlie
Thanks for share the birds and the music! 😀 Photos during fantastic moments of life.
You are right Sandra. These are fantastic moments to be enjoyed and remembered. Muito obrigada. Malta must be beautiful in May 🙂
Feelings of flight – a wonderful sense of uplift in these photos, Paula.
You picked up wonderfully on that Tish 🙂 Thank you.
You captured their playful side. And the music really did make me laugh
A productive shoot Paula, all great shots and beautiful tones.
🙂 I was a happy shooter that day. I appreciate your company Patti. 🙂
Paula, you have aimed perfectly! I love the results – especially, spreading wings above the splashes of water!
This is good to hear dear Ese. I miss hearing from you. I know you are just busy….
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Lindas fotos! 🙂
Que bom que gostas
Nicely done. Very dynamic.
Much obliged, Draco
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