I have some photos from Saturday that more or less go together, some are from a series of photos of a pair of song sparrows gathering food for their young, and the other series is of cedar waxwings feeding on berries, as they often do. Other than that, the photos are self-explanatory, although I am a little surprised at how sharp some of the photos of the cedar waxwing came out. You’ll see several photos of one with a berry in its beak, and at those times, the bird was really pulling to free the berries from their stems, even shaking the bush to get the berries to come loose. I almost wish that there was a little blurring to convey the action, but you can’t have everything I suppose, so here they are, I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed shooting them.
Now the cedar waxwings.
As an added bonus, a bad action shot of the day photo!
That’s it for this one, I hope that you enjoyed it, and thanks for stopping by!