Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Winter Chickadee....


I took this photo this past weekend and it also happens to be the first photo I took in 2009. It's one of the chickadees attracted to my feeder.
This coming Friday I'll be having a guest post on this blog, it'll be a great article written by Sarah Scrafford entitled "Photography and its Role in Environmental Awareness" be sure to give it a read and let her know what you think.

12 comments:

Aluajala said...

Ooh I haven't been here for ages as I paused my blogging. Now I'm back and looks like I missed so many interesting things and so many wonderful photos! I'm going to check them all while looking forward to read the article you mention in this post.

Kerri said...

Great shot John!! She/He is a Beauty!!

Mary said...

Lovely way to start the year! You haven't been posting much and I miss your great photos! Will look for the article on Friday.

Arija said...

Nice to see you back John. I'm a sucker for Chickadees from way back when I was lttle. Lucky you to have them at your feeder.

Carolynn said...

There have been a few of those cheerful birds flitting about outside my window the last few days. I love them, but haven't had much success photographing them because they're always moving! Great shot.

Eve said...

You always have a knack for getting such wonderful photos John! I'm looking forward to the guest post.

Steve B said...

Nice Black-capped Chickadee!

2sweetnsaxy said...

What a cutie and a great capture. I'm looking forward to that guest post as well.
:-)

Nick S said...

A fine Chickadee John. Now you need that Nuthatch :-)

Stacey Huston said...

Great shot. I love these little birds.. such friendly little ones. Looking forward to the article.. thanks for sharing.

patti said...

Goodmorning John, another great photo. The Winter Chikadee is sooo cute. Its a beautiful photo and would look good in a bird calender... patti

patti said...

Goodmorning John, another great photo. The Winter Chikadee is sooo cute. Its a beautiful photo and would look good in a bird calender... patti