The chipmunk is a fun shot because he is obviously hiding from me.
The Lupins are in a clearing on one of the trails and are breath taking in colour and extent. The Mountain Laurel is even more beautiful now that I know what it is.
Similarly, the Chestnut-sided Warbler is a beauty and now recognizable in his fall and spring plumage. Go back two posts for the clearing up of that problem. The female redwinged blackbird who started off screaming at me as I was too close to her nest, and then decided to pose.
The female Hairy Woodpecker who was busy and illusive, and then suddenly posed also.
And finally the Swallowtail, who is just as fluttery as the small birds, but stayed put for a few photos.
A Post to MWT@ http://showyourworld.blogspot.com/
|Chestnut-sided Warbler Fall Plumage|
|Chestnut-sided Warbler Spring Plumage.|
|Female Redwinged Blackbird.|
|Female Hairy Woodpecker.|
|Female Hairy Hiding.|