Today I want to show you a little trick!Watch what I can do with my head Shelley!Oh my! Linda Blair's head turning scene in the Exorcist movie does not compare to that!
Eeep! How do they DO that?You catch the most amazing photos Shelley.
Talented or what? He might have been shy,but oh,so cute. Blessings,Ruth
My neck stays very stiff and it seems like it would feel wonderful to be able to do what that bird can do!!!! Very cute and I can't believe you got all those shots Shelley.
LOL...what a possessed birdie!
YIKES! HAHA! I love your sense of humor, Shelley. :)
Hi Shelley,How convenient that must be! I saw a bird that looked very much like that one but I think mine may be a female Purple Finch. It's so hard to tell the difference in some of these little brown birds.
Lynne- I didn't know they could do that until I saw it! lol!Ruth - He's noisy but cute! :)Mildred - COuld you imagine if you could crack your neck like that? Wow!Dawn - yes - but maybe I viewed it from the wrong perspective! I do have twisted humor!Daisy - I'm glad you like my humor - I did worry after posting this that maybe I shouldn't relate my birdies to horror movies - lol!!
Great close-ups, and hilarious conversation!!
Wow---what a talented birdie!!!! Let's put him in the circus!! I have tons of Pine Siskins and have never seen them do that!!!! I need to watch a little closer!!!! Hugs,Betsy
Wow, those are GREAT photos Shelley! Having just gotten acquainted with the Siskins this year, I think they are quite beautiful birds.
Cute little Linda Blair birdie!
That is an amazing photo of a siskin and what detail...It does look like he is very, very flexible...wish I was..LOL..
This bird has been taking Yoga lessons.
LOL Shelley! What a talented guy!
LOL! I love those pictures. A very talented pine siskin indeed!
Did you throw him a stick Shelley!!!
I haven't seen the excorist and am not going to any time soon. I love your horror shots....eeeeeeeks!
Magnificent series. The first one is class. Sharp details and stunning compositions...Thomas
Shelly: My, that backward turn is really something. What neat captures.You must like country ballads because they are my personal fav.
LOL! I wish my neck was that flexible! I can hear it creaking as I try :-)
Birds seem to be very talented like that. especially owls. Great capture Shelly. They do need to see in front and behind for protection I am sure.
LOL looks like it wants to be an owl.
Hi Shelly,A wonderful bird that I had never seen before. It looks like you were patient enough to get very great shots with a nice background and a lot of light... Congrats, I love them!!
Your pictures are always so beautifully breathtaking! I'd love to know what kind of camera you use, I can never get decent clarity with the cheapo I'm using lol! Have a blessed day!Sharon
It is a head turner, meaning you captured some great images! Love the blurred complimentary background!
I've always thought there was something evil about those little things. Great photographs.
FAB photos Shelly.I'll be happy when I can post something half as good but probably means spending some birthday money! Frank
I reckon he's looking round for that Chickadee from the other day.Lovely sharp shots Shelley.
What a tricky little Siskin! I guess he performs in exchange for seeds ;-)Beautiful pictures, Shelley!
And we think only owls can do this trick. Saw my first Pine Siskin today! Woohoo! Another bird on the life list,and got photos to show it.Leedra’s Photos For FunLeedra’s Greeting CardsPhotography By Leedra
Nice Blog.I have been blooging in the UK for a number of years and what with work commitments I can only bird weekends, which leaves my blog slightly short on material.I had an idea to view my audience with Google Analytics, wow I was suprised. So I have decided to mention "hits" on my blog and do a sort of short posting about it, besides I also love reading about other bird areas around the world.I have linked in the body of the posting your website.Blurred Birding can be found at http://yapp2607.blogspot.com/If you want to add any comments feel free.Martyn YappWest BromwichUnited Kingdom
Those are great pictures, with the sun shining on the siskin against the gray background.
Does this siskin need an exorcism?I know I would need physical therapy &/or traction.
HAHAHAHAH...These are great and so clear.
He's channelling a screech owl! :)
I love their little sharp beaks!
I saw a very scary movie that had a girl who could do the same exact thing. Only she did not look so cute when she did it.
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