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Coaldale, AB - Canada

This is an absolutely great shot Sue.

Bradenton, FL - United States

I know how he feels. :) An awesome capture, Sue. v/f

Reno, NV - United States

Now this is something you don't see every day! Fantastic catch Sue! v/f

Westford, MA - United States

Love the shocked look on the birds face. Fantastic capture! v.

Philadelphia, PA - United States

great shot, voted

Charlotte, NC - United States

Ella- thanks so much for featuring this photo in your Nature Wildlife Sunsets and Sunrises group! :-)

Charlotte, NC - United States

MistyAnn- thanks so much for featuring this photo in your Anything Wild group! :-)

Charlotte, NC - United States

Joe- thanks so much for featuring this photo in your Excellent Self-Taught Artists group! :-)

Charlotte, NC - United States

Benanne- thanks so much for featuring this photo in your NC group! :-)

Charlotte, NC - United States

Barbara- thanks so much for featuring this photo in your M O U S E group! :-)

Grand Forks, BC - Canada

If animal could talk, this one would!! Love it!! Thanks for sending it to MOUSE!! F/V

Morehouse, MO - United States

Wow! Wonderful capture!! Great title to fit that expression! great effect as well!! v/f :D

Sioux City, IA - United States

Wonderful capture Sue, great treatment it wonderful!! f/v

Charlotte, NC - United States

Jessica- thanks so much for featuring this photo in your Nature From Around the World group! :-)

Oklahoma City, OK - United States

Oh, my, this is wonderful! Why doesn't my sharp-shin bathe in my bird bath? Does yours scare away all your songbirds? I haven't had to fill my feeders in a month. :( v/f

Sue Melvin replied:

I think this event was out of the norm, Betty! I believe it was a juvenile and it was really hot out, so it decided to cool off. It was something to watch as it splashed around just like the other smaller birds! And, yes, the hawks do scare off the other birds, but they don't seem to stay around long.

Charlotte, NC - United States

Jose- thanks so much for featuring this photo in your Stop time with art group! :-)

Charlotte, NC - United States

Mariola- thanks so much for featuring this photo in your Wildlife group! :-)

Charlotte, NC - United States

Maria- thanks so much for featuring this photo in your The Photographers Cafe group! :-)

Lake Country, BC - Canada

What an outstanding sight, Sue~ a hawk in a birdbath is very unique! The expression on it's face is priceless and it looks like it's been through a hurricane!! Love this one for sure, it's hilarious!!! F,V& SU!

Charlotte, NC - United States

Randy- thanks so much for featuring this digital artwork in your WI group! :-)

Summerville, SC - United States

Wow! Amazing capture. I have never spotted a Hawk at a birdbath. Looks like he is calling to let his mate know "There's water here!" :)

Cuenca, Az - Ecuador

FABULOUS capture and processing! V/F

Yuma, AZ - United States

Such a great capture and post processing!

Greensboro, NC - United States

Wow, great shot and you intruded and he is letting you know it, super, Sue, f/v!

Bentonville, AR - United States

Sue--wow--this is wild! I do have a photo of one in a birdbath--but he is just standing there. Voted.

Iola, WI - United States

Wow, what an opportune capture of this hawk in the birdbath, as I have never seen this before. Takes up the whole bath, and it quite unique to see one in a birdbath. I most unique thing I have seen was on the golf course, when ready to put on a green, an American bald eagle landed about 50 feet from me, finished its snack or snake, I believe. Looked at me, and flew off! Wow, but I got a par on that hole, not an "eagle" , darn! lol This is one splendid and surprising capture, Sue. fave and vote and tweet and FB and g+1 on this unique piece!

Sue Melvin replied:

Randy- thanks for your sweet comments and all those promotions!!! Wow!!! I had also never seen a hawk visit a birdbath! It took a bath just like any other bird, splashing up a storm. It first stood in the water for quite a while! Was something neat to see! Cute story about the eagle on the golf course! LOL

Lakeland, FL - United States

wow Sue, this is an amazing capture, and he is angry for being spied on in the bath... v/f

Warwick, RI - United States

Sorry Sue, typo, really beautiful, voted:):)!

Warwick, RI - United States

Really beautiful Martina, voted!

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