Gorgeous photo of the waxwing. We get cedar waxwings in the garden when the honeysuckle berries are plentiful
he's beautiful! glad you and bob work together. :)
I hate to say the same thing but it is indeed a gorgeous shot! :)
Fantastic shot Peter. A stunning bird that you just have to take photographs of...[;o)
That was a very bright one .lovley ,nette
A lovely picture of the Waxwing. I still haven't managed to see one myself. From Findlay
Great, you caught one, at last. Next stop will be a Puffin.
Absolutely a fantastic photo!Congratulations! I have never seen a waxwing.Greetings Pia
The Waxwings are gorgeous, great shots!
This is a gorgeous photo! Wonderful work.
Wow, great shot, Peter. A beautiful bird. Greetings, Joke
and winter is almost complete...... well you know what I mean. This is a must for all bird lovers at this time of year, we just hope and prey they get to our patch. Lovely image
I haven't seen a Cedar Waxwing in years. We use to have a flock stop every fall on their way to warmer climates. They loved all the apples on the ground, would stay for a few days. But on summer a storm took the tree down, the birds stopped that fall, no apples. Haven't seen them since.I am new to your blog just found you via Paying Ready Attention-Photo Gallery. I love feeding the birds and bird watching. Beautiful pictures.
Thats a great shot - it seems thats the UK is having a real "waxwing winter" - hope you have been neither flooded or frozen yet!Cheers and thanks for linking to WBW Stewart M - Melbourne
this is absolutely stunning!!!!
How clever of you to catch him in such a beautiful setting! Really nice image!