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Wednesday, June 4, 2014

A Little Bird and a Farm

Yesterday I posted black and white photos of this farm - and today is not just about the farm - but about what is in front of that farm.
First we'll zoom out - a farm - a fence - some grass - and .  .  . 
A little Sparrow sitting on a fence post 
After the many trips round and round and round on the round-about (see yesterday's post) to get the photo of the farm, we pulled off on a side road and this little sparrow was still sitting on the fence post so I could really zoom in.


21 comments:

Rustic Vintage Country said...

Oh, that little sparrow is so gorgeous. x

Small City Scenes said...

Sweet! MB

Gary Phillips said...

Great close up!! Boom, Bobbi and Gary

Karen said...

What a great capture!

helena said...

perfect rural dream with the wonderful cottage and friendly bird

Gunilla B├Ąck said...

Cute little bird!

Kay said...

Love those little sparrows!

Carletta said...

Looks so idyllic even in the state of condition it's in.
Lovely little sparrow!

marsha said...

sweet..is that a bit of green on his face??

Julie Fukuda said...

It seems to be saying,"It's about time you got around to my portrait! What took you so long?"

Lorrie said...

He must be a curious little bird to have stayed so long. Great photo of the bird and of the larger scenes of the farm.

bettyl-NZ said...

What an interesting little guy or gal. How fun that you could get such great shots of him or her.

The Weaver of Grass said...

Lovely photograph.

Cosette Paneque said...

I spotted him right away, what a cutie!

Miriam said...

What a great capture, that huge farm + land and then the tiny sparrow...

J said...

Sweetest little sparrow EVER! Looks like he's saying, "What are YOU lookin' at?!"
I wonder if other drivers thought, "Oh dear, those two people are lost in the round-about!" Ha! If so, the joke was on them!

pattisjarrett said...

I love the Song Sparrows! How sweet of this one to pose for you. I like the barn scene, too, great shots.

My Little Home and Garden said...

That's a beautifully clear photo of the sparrow!

Sharon Chapman said...

I love this photo. You wonder about the people who had lived there.And even if they might still live there. The sweet sparrow must have a wonderful song to sing, after watching you two drive round and round. You have a great husband to do that for you.

Stewart M said...

Farms, fence posts and sparrows - they are a classic combination.

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

Carla said...

First I want that farm. LOL mmm that must be a Washington Sparrow. Texas sparrows arent that pretty. It looks like this little guy has some green or yellow on his face.
Great shot