Early one morning, I spotted these robins and cedar waxwings enjoying quick sips from a puddle of rainwater.
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I like these pictures. I don't think that I've ever seen a waxwing before. I saw a robin for the first time about a year ago but now I see them all the time. The waxwing reflections at the bottom are excellent.
Amazing birds. I love the way you have captured the last shot!
What a special blessing to have been in a place to see these beautiful birds and their reflections in the water.
Beautiful clear reflections! great photos.
Those photos are gorgeous, Diane! It must have been fun watching them..
Great shots! I love the waxwing one :) I love to find puddles where birds go in for a drink or a bath, always makes me smile!
Beautiful pics and beautiful sceneryCostas
I've never heard or seen a waxwing before, very cool! nice reflections
We have cedar waxwings her...but I have NEVER seen them drinking out of a puddle. Very cool!
They are so beautiful and you tool some lovely photos. I don't know which is which but they are all beautiful.Great reflections too, especially on the last close-up.
Diane, beautiful shots of the Robins and Waxwings. The Waxwings are such a pretty bird, I am in awe everytime I see one.
Great pictures of the Robins and Cedar Waxwings, Diane.... The birds all need their water---so they will get it wherever they can!!!Hugs,Betsy
i love the pictures Diane, so alive and so full of life and happiness, nice to see them sharing joys in that puddle of water.
You have such an eye for photographing birds! The third picture is marvelous.
Beautiful capture Diane. THey are nice birds. Really nice colours.
Wonderful captures Diane, the reflections are great. I really like the last shot with the cedar waxwings.
They are handsome and neat, like me.
You really captured a great reflective moment in these pictures. It almost looks like a lot more birds than there are. And this is the first I've seen a Waxwing. I love those black bands.
In New England, waxwings are big berry eaters(such as mulberry). I wonder what they eat around here---maybe desert mistletoe berries.
Diane, I thought the bird in the pond in your first pix is a reflection ha ha... LOL :-D Nonetheless, nice pix.Have another adventurous weekend!
Very, very excellent photos! I love to look at other peoples bird encounters. ~karen
Tom, yes the waxwings are eating the desert mistletoe.
Thank you for your comment.I've just started a new macro flowers meme and I came back to invite you to participate with your beautiful desert flowers.
I simply love the Cedar waxwings! but we don't see them here until close to fall when the berries form on the Madrone. What a great reflection!
Those cedar waxwings are such beautiful birds. The reflections in the last photo are lovely.
These are great shots. Love the waxwings, such pretty birds. Great reflections in the last one particularly. Spring must really be on it's way! Kathy
superbe,j aodre les photos prisent sur le vif ;O)
they are enjoying the dip!
What a delightful find and capture. Thanks so much for sharing with us ... sorry I'm so late but glad I didn't miss this one ;-)Hugs and blessings,
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