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2d Photograph - Birds Of A Feather by Brian Wallace

Birds Of A Feather is a photograph by Brian Wallace which was uploaded on May 28th, 2011.

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What a great capture! Love this POV! f/l

Brian Wallace replied:

Thanks Janette, for the nice comment and the F/L. I really appreciate it!

Thanks for the fave Kym!

This is so lovely Brian

Brian Wallace replied:

Thank you Denise, for taking the time to view and leave this nice comment!

What an amazing capture and I loved your story in the discussion in the group "Animals and Wildlife"! LF

Brian Wallace replied:

Thank you Pamela, for the nice response to my post, as well as the Like and Fave! I appreciate it very much! :)

Thanks Jim, for featuring my image in the group, http://fineartamerica.com/groups/what-question-mark--3-a-day.html

Thanks Lyric, for featuring my image in the group, http://fineartamerica.com/groups/out-of-the-ordinary-1-a-day.html

Congratulations on being featured in the Fine Art America Group "Images That Excite You!"

Brian Wallace replied:

Thanks John, for the comment, fave, and feature in the group, http://fineartamerica.com/groups/images-that-excite-you.html

fuzzy little buddies, keeping warm and close for the night - great photo, Brian!

Brian Wallace replied:

Thanks for the nice comment Conni! I appreciate it. :)

Really like this, Brian! They are posed so perfectly for you.......so sweet. Lf

Brian Wallace replied:

Thanks for commenting Bette, and for the Like and Fave! :)

Great capture, Brian!!

Brian Wallace replied:

Thanks Lois, for the nice comment!

Thanks Linda, for featuring my image in the group, http://fineartamerica.com/groups/the-awww-so-cute-factor.html

This is adorable...made it a favorite. Nicely framed, also.

Brian Wallace replied:

Thanks Beth, for the nice comment and fave. I always appreciate the time it takes to respond!

Thanks for the fave Shannon!

This is a touching photo Brian. L

Brian Wallace replied:

Thanks Carol. You and I get the same feelings from this image. I had never seen anything like it before. Thanks for the like as well.

Thanks for the fave Angela!

Love this shot! l/f/v

Brian Wallace replied:

Thanks for commenting Diannah. This was something that I'll probably never see again and I'm so glad a captured it. Thanks for the Like, fave and vote!!!

Thanks for the fave Kym.

I love birds and this gave me a lot of pleasure. Snuggling is a good way to keep warm. The tail feathers with all those stripes look almost like young wrens. I like and thank you for sharing.

Brian Wallace replied:

Thank you Mary for the kind words. I'm glad you liked my image. I'm told these birds are actually "House Finches". They look very similar to the Purple Finch except their bills are the primary difference.

Has put a huge smile on my face, :) :) excellent x

Brian Wallace replied:

I'm Glad Clare. Thanks for the response. I appreciate comments from folks. :)

Thanks Sherry! I appreciate the vote!

Janie... My email: Starg82343@hotmail.com http://fineartamerica.com/sendemail.html?artistid=64222

I would love to forward you several pictures that I have taken but not sure how to get it to you.

Mr. Wallace, I live in Lacombe, Louisiana and have had two of these little babies perched under my awning for the last few weeks. We really didn't know what they and though they were some kind of southern creature until we searched "baby birds perched on a ledge" and your photo appeared. The are not there during daylight but as soon as it gets dark they appear in the same corner of the awning every night. Now that I know what they are I feel privileged to have them nesting at my home..

no problem, brian... good luck in the next contest , it will be with more votes.....

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