Sunday, December 9, 2012

I'm So Blue

1/125 sec. f/8 ISO 640



23 comments:

Ida said...

Wow! This is fabulous. Such a gorgeous bird and photo.

Lighthousegal said...

Wow, what an amazing photo. I try to capture the birds close up, but rarely am able to. They are fast little critters. You managed to capture this one perfectly!

Daniel LaFrance said...

I'd say it is poetry in motion.

Gorgeous!

bailey-road.com said...

Beautiful rascal!

Carole M. said...

OH! So handsome!

Carletta said...

Delightful shot Brian!
Hope that title is the bird talking. ;)

Andy said...

Excellent! The photo reminds me that the Toronto Blue Jays are going to win the World Series Of Baseball next year.

Anni said...

re: Andy's comment...Toronto Blue Jays? No...it'll be the Yankees. [kidding]

Brian...this image is magnificent. Wow...so true to color, so vivid and clear...why you've managed to even capture the light in its eye!!! Truly fabulous. But, that doesn't surprise me in the least....your photos always ARE superb.

Thanks for linking up at the Bird D'Pot this weekend. Have a great week ahead.

Ana Mínguez Corella said...

So nice.. Blue bird!!!.. Ciao..

Pam :) said...

A beautiful blue boy with iridescent wings.. fantastic capture, Brian.

Tammy said...

Great capture of the a beautiful Blue Jay! Hope you have a great week!

Beth said...

Magnificent!

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful! great feather detail, again!

Debbie said...

WoW, so crisp and clear!!

how come that branch doesn't matter in your shot??

MTWaggin said...

Nice shot, I like that you can see the feathers down by his legs!

Gary said...

Great close up!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Alan Pavey said...

Fantastic shot Brian

Deb said...

made me think of the Leann Rhimes song...Blue..beautiful

Pamela Gordon said...

So beautiful. I love the iridescent blue on it's wing.

Kerri said...

Blue-ti-ful!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Beautiful details in his feathers!

Marie said...

...and handsome! (But he does almost look sad, doesn't he?)

Thanks for correcting my black-crowned night heron. I should have looked him up! :-)

Madge Bloom said...

Outstanding shot, the colors are so rich! Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #60!