Thrush Pay a Visit
The branches shake when they land on the little dogwood tree - but then they are seven times heavier than the chickadees. There were two - but it wasn't until later in the day they felt brave enough to land on the porch and eat some seeds.
Striking a pose. I read that they and robins are related, but the thrush tends to be shy. They do, however, like the Pacific North West.
The patterns on their feathers are so beautiful - also they have stunning orange legs!
Here are the both of them, no doubt a pair. This one is edited in an HDR program - Aurora. It's difficult to find them in the photo, but that's true in life as well. when looking for birds it is always finding the anomaly in the chaotic pattern. But I think this is a very important concept over all and fascinates me in fly fishing and in all my art work
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