Thursday, November 5, 2015

Tufted Titmouse plus Fall Color

My contribution to TexWiscGirl's Good Fences #85.

I was going to hang the bird feeder from a coat hanger on the branch like usual, but I couldn't reach the twig I usually grab to start the process. Reason being, without leaves on the tree, the branches are higher up. Anyways, the birdies didn't want to wait, so I tried some pics this way.

Cropped:

Most of the leaves are down now, but there was still a little color left around Lake Siri:

And here's some more fall color from Columbus, Ohio a couple of weeks ago:

This is also my contribution to Michelle's Nature Notes (#336). I'm sorry I haven't been around to visit people much, I have been too busy with other issues.
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13 comments:

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

Make with the suet, mister, and nobody gets hurt!

Christine said...

Looks like the little titmouse was ready for food! Love that cropped image with the splash of fall leaves in the background!

NatureFootstep said...

lol, winterbirds are arriving at feeders now :)

Breathtaking said...

Hello!:) Lovely images!:)The birds are hungry now. Wish I had those little birds at my feeder.

TexWisGirl said...

nice autumn scenes. :)

eileeninmd said...

Hello, cute shots of the Titmouse! The fall colors are lovely, beautiful views. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

Nancy Chan said...

Lovely reflection on Lake Siri and beautiful colours in the last picture. Have a wonderful weekend!

Rambling Woods said...

You captured some beautiful fall color in Ohio.. The leaves are gone here too. I love the little titmouse you got near the suet feeder... Michelle

Margaret Adamson said...

cute little bird on the fence. Have a lovely weekend.

Felicia said...

pretty autumn images.

jandi said...

beautiful autumn colours!

Ida said...

Wonderful fall colors by that last fence and the lake. Sweet photos of the bird on the fence.

Marie C said...

The photos are awesome. That titmouse didn't care where the seed was, as long as it was there! :-)