Link up, and try to smile while you're commenting on the other photos.
Day 26: Rising
This little fellow was really cranky when I wouldn't feed him. In fact, in this photo he's already thinking about taking off into the air and trying to use me and my camera for target practice.
I like Birdies.ReplyDelete
As much as I love birds, and this one's got great webbed feet, I don't think I'd have messed with this one either. There is evil in those eyes.ReplyDelete
The wages for posing for photos is food. You should know that Ziva.ReplyDelete
What? You took a picture of a bird?! Next you'll be taking pictures of cats. Um... I mean... CHEESE!ReplyDelete
Sigh. I'm really starting to worry about you.
Never tick off a bird that is in range of using your head for a target.ReplyDelete
You haven't lived until a pelican poops on you!!! What a beautiful shot... So crisp!ReplyDelete
"he's already thinking about taking off into the air and trying to use me and my camera for target practice." HA!!!ReplyDelete
What a lovely photograph, Ziva!
That bird has attitude! And you captured it very nicely!ReplyDelete
Little fellow? He looks big enough to serve for Thanksgiving dinner, or whatever it is you Finns do to celebrate the ruination of an entire race of whatever people you displaced when you took over your country.ReplyDelete
Oops, that turned out to be way more political than I meant it to be.
Lovely photo, Ziva, even though that bright-yellow beak makes me cringe with fear at the prospect of getting my eyes pecked out. Because that's what birds do, they peck your eyes out.
He does look kinda pissed off. Look at that permanent frown.ReplyDelete
He does looks pissed. Maybe someone else with a camera gave him breadcrumbs. Now he expects anyone holding a camera to provide for the flock.ReplyDelete
Seagulls are evil. First they steal your food and then they crap on you.ReplyDelete
Seagulls always look - and act - completely mad to me! We had one fix us with his beady little eyes in Venice one time. He sat on a gondola below the pizza place where we were eating and psyched us into throwing pizza crust for me. To give him his due, he was very entertaining, because he would catch every piece!ReplyDelete
Yep, it is, and I think it's out to get me.ReplyDelete
Hahaha, I love that movie.ReplyDelete
Of course you do. They peck your eyes out, you know.ReplyDelete
I think those eyes probably shine in the dark...ReplyDelete
Damn it, I've always asked for money.ReplyDelete
I know.. I'm a little worried myself. But there will be no cheese photos, and no more bird photos. Or cat photos. There might be more alcohol, though.ReplyDelete
Wise words, Traci!ReplyDelete
A pelican? That sounds really really unpleasant. :DReplyDelete
Thank you, Meleah! :)ReplyDelete
Thank you, Linda! Sometimes I feel like that bird, attitude-wise. ;)ReplyDelete
Luckily, we don't celebrate the ruination of an entire race of people we displaced when we took over our country, that's a decidedly American thing to do, just like pecking your eyes out is a decidedly birdlike thing to do.ReplyDelete
I recognize that frown, I've been seeing it in the mirror for the last 26 days.ReplyDelete
Lazy gulls, depending on the charity of others.ReplyDelete
It doesn't get much more evil than that!ReplyDelete
Well see, that's different. Your seagull did tricks for his food. This one was just staring at me. Had he done a few tricks I might've fed him.ReplyDelete
Lovely capture. I hope you got hit !ReplyDelete
You hope I got hit with bird poop? Such hostility! Who pissed in your cereal this morning? :DReplyDelete
Oh umm, heck did I say that out loud???ReplyDelete
Bet you did get hit eh??? snickerReplyDelete
seagulls 20 - Ziva 0ReplyDelete
I'm happy to tell you I did NOT get hit. I have mad poop evading skills.ReplyDelete
Oh wow! Chickens in Finland have webbed feet.ReplyDelete
Very nice photo.
Thanks, Shawn.You're clearly no expert on birds, though, that's obviously an ostrich, not a chicken.ReplyDelete