What's This Then?


This inquisitive blue jay seems to wonder what this contraption is. Don't worry Mr. Jay, it's just my wingscapes camera and you look great!

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24 comments:

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

a perfect expression captured for us to enjoy

VP said...

He knew something was going on, but just couldn't imagine what! A very nice picture of the very expressive Mr. Jay.

Olivier said...

bel oiseau mais on dirait qu'il va vu ;o)

lewi14 said...

Great shot! Cute! Fantastic! My congratulations to this photo.

Bergson said...

il est content de se voir sur ton blog

Dani said...

excellent shot.

Happy Tuesday!

B SQUARED said...

Probably trying to figure out how to steal the camera.

Jim Klenke said...

strike a pose!

Leif Hagen said...

You get the best bird photos! Beautiful Mr. Blue!

Small City Scenes said...

Very cute and what an expression on Mr. Jay's face. MB

Tracy said...

I love the photos you post of the birds. I miss some of the birds I grew up with in the Midwest, namely the robins, cardinals and blue jays.

Phil said...

A very handsome chap (or lady) but a bit of a villain I think. Nicely captured expression.

Lois said...

The look on his face is just priceless!

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

Out of all the birds that I have photographed, I think the Blue Jay is one of the most fascinating. Like your photo.

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Jacob said...

That camera of yours is wonderful. But with a Blue Jay, you gotta be careful...he just may attack the thing...

Good looking bird, though.

lodolite said...

bellissima!
ciao simona

Per Stromsjo said...

Not bad at all. That expression would be great at a theater stage as well.

T. Becque said...

Good expression! And pretty blue.

dreamfalcon said...

nice capture!

JM said...

What a pose! Great capture!

NatureFootstep said...

it really seem to wonder what you are doing. :)

NatureFootstep said...

it really seem to wonder what you are doing. :)

Lana Gramlich said...

Very nice. Cool to have the wingscapes camera! At my place (in Louisiana,) we're inundated with blue jay fledglings right now, ourselves.

Jacky Maille said...

Blue Jays are scary! If I saw a blue jay I'd run and be all like, "That bird tried to eat me!"