F/6.3, 1/500, ISO 800.
Day 289 / 365
When is the best time to buy birds?
When they’re going cheap!
Interesting Fact: The tiny Golden-crowned Kinglet is hardier than it looks, routinely wintering in areas where nighttime temperatures can fall below –40° Fahrenheit. ( https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Golden-crowned_Kinglet/lifehistory )
Ha! Great photo again, even though it’s colourings are fairly subdued xx Rowena
Thank you very much, it very hard to find colorful birds in our area. 😉
That is a beautiful tough little bird! Maybe Kinglet really means a little King 🙂
Maybe, it would be cool if it was. Thank you very much for stopping by and check out my work. 🙂
wow! actually, I’m often impressed by birds that they are not freezing! little cute ones fly around even when it’s extra cold.
I am every winter here in Finland thinking , we may have really cold winters, how the smallest birds can live without freezing. Like a blue tit, it is really tiny.
I don’t know how is that possible but I am very impressed. Thank you very much for stopping by and sharing your thoughts. 🙂
I visited your blog, and what did I see! The most lovely ja very well hairdressed penguins. Pingviini in finnish. I really understand why you like them, they break hearts.
That is really impressive. Some of the bigger animals hibernate and this little guy is not afraid of cold. Thank you very much for stopping by and checking out my work. 🙂
That is a great shot!
Thank you very much, it makes me very happy to see that you enjoyed my work. 🙂
Love the wing colours – I bet it looks beautiful in flight. Great bird shots by the way – birds are normally only specks in the distance when I try to photograph them! But the jokes….you must read a lot of Christmas cracker jokes!
Thank you very much, it wings flap so fast you can’t even tell what colors are they. I appreciate that you stopped by and check out my work. 🙂