Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Blend, Baby, Blend





White-throated sparrow doing what they do best....blending. Each photo is posted twice, once uncropped and once after a little editing. You can click to find the bird in the upper ones....

5 comments:

Rev. Paul said...

God certainly did a good job on that technique! Seriously, we have the same problem seeing a moose in the dark, especially in the winter when their legs turn almost white. Can't see 'em as they cross the snow-covered streets until you're right on top of those horse-sized animals. Good luck stopping, then. :)

Cathy said...

No. Really. The wonderment of nature.
on the other hand . . .that winter moose camo that Rev. Paul mentioned . . . . . kinda defeats its purpose.

lisa said...

Lovely pictures as always. He sure does blend well!

Terry and Linda said...

Excellent photos!!!

Linda
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June said...

Even harder to see cropped than uncropped!
This morning a red squirrel, in his winter color, ran across the road in front of the car and POOF! disappeared in the brush. A measure of his coloring and of his speed.