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Singin' In the Rain

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Well singin' in the fountain actually. My White-throateds have really taken to the pond lately. I have a bug screen thingy hanging from the side porch in preparation for the warblers, who usually are drawn to the pond. I can slip out the door now without being noticed.

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Nice backyard portrait of this gorgeous sparrow. Water features are so great, lucky you smile

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very cool, I like the motion of the water in the image

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LOL, you got my attention, thought I would see a bird in a thunderstorm!

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Nice white throated. I looked in my Cabela's catalog for that bug screen thingy, but they did'nt seem to stock it.

Mike

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I looked in my Cabela's catalog for that bug screen thingy, but they did'nt seem to stock it.

Mike

Sorry for the poor description. A friend actually ordered it for me from one of the real cheapy catalogs (Lillian something or other, I think) with a little of everything in it. It is to fit in a sliding door to keep the bugs out, but the dog can run it and out without waiting for me to open the regular screen door. It hangs with velcro, so I just hung it draped from the overhang of the porch.

Thanks for your comments, all, but he looks a little oversharpened, the full size is better. Still not sure how much to resharpen for the web after resizing, but I'll get it eventually.

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Nice shot, I like the rain drops also. Gotta love white throats!

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It looks like he's waiting for his swimming pool to fill up. Cool shot.

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