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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Shot of a Lifetime!

When the male bird can't stand it anymore!  Priceless shot!


And a photographer will die of old age waiting to get another shot like this one.

16 comments:

This is Belgium said...

this is indeed an unbelievable shot
and funny too !
totally amazing
have a great week, Sylvia

Team Beaglebratz said...

O-M-G! What a shot! Hust the kind to keep me going through the rest of my workday - how funny is that! HAHAHAHEHEHA
Mom Kim

Dianne said...

I'm trying to find a word adequate for this capture Sylvia and I am wordless. Sometimes a birds gotta do what a birds gotta do.

TexWisGirl said...

ha ha. so true!

Arija said...

Oh to capture a moment like this! One can only dream of a shot like that.

Jack said...

You go girl! What a picture!

Genie Robinson said...

Buddy and I are sitting here playing on our computers and up came this shot. He could not believe his eyes when I showed it to him. What a fabulous capture. Would love to know what those two are thinking inside their wee little heads. genie

beatrice De said...

Il lui suggère * fermes ta gueule *.

Kcalpesh said...

Absolutely stunning!! I'll share this one. What timing....

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PerthDailyPhoto said...

Haha! what a pair of cuties! Classic shot Sylvia.

Elizabeth McCrindle said...

Fabulous shot, a real shot of a lifetime :)

Team G Square said...

what a shot ... perfect .

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari Om
(what's that word...? oh yeah - )
PRICELESS

Andrea said...

Ventriloquism would serve her well in this moment. That picture ranks right up there with the Angry BlueBird. Leave it to you Sylvia...don't know where you find these things, but your source(s) are amazing.

Andrea @ From the Sol

Indrani said...

Wow! A great shot!

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