Beautiful flowers, Sharon...but your visitor is the most amazing shade of blue!
LostLuggage took the words right out of my mouth! That little visitor is gorgeous!!
Me too! I have never seen one of those.Glad to see you are back..I was getting concerned.
Such roses, such vigor and health not to mention color. They must love their location and the mildness of your climate. I love seeing them.We do have flowers daffs and tulips now some fruit trees. It is spring and beautiful.The Indigo Bunting how funny, I have an indigo mood lately and have a lovely blue cow for a painting that I have to think about first of course, at least to some extent. If course it is my fault she is blue. I hate this but that old joke of MOOOO-D Indigo keeps repeating itself in my head. So good to see you, hope your well, not stressed.Emelie
Your little visitor is so beautiful!!! How lucky to be able to see it in "person." And, your roses are quite wonderful too! So glad to see your post today...friends were here and we spoke of you...we are all partial to this blog!!! Hope you are well. Pat
How on earth did you get close enough to photograph that beautiful blue bird! Is it a Painted Bunting???? Great pics.dix---
What beautiful flowers and bushes you get to see. The little Indigo Bunting is one of my favorite birds. I counted 15 under my feeder one day. Glad you posted, as Pat said we had been concerned.How did you get so close or do you just have a fantastic camera?
What beautiful flowers! I would be so wonderful for look out of my house to see that on a daily basis. Of course, the little blue visitor won me over. We have Robins hopping all around our house right now. I enjoy just sitting in our living room and watching them out our window.
Your blue bird what a beauty. Your roses are pretty too. Mine are just beginning to open up and it is so nice to see the color.
What a beautiful little visitor and your roses look amazing! Must be a lovely time of year where you are living.
Love your roses. The little Indigo Blue Bunting is adorable...you get the best birds.
What lovely flowers you have on the fence...and the Blue Bird is probably a welcom guest. I wonder if it is the Idaho Blue Bird...not good on Birds, I just feed them. Big Hugs, Mary
Not only is your art wonderful...but how do you get pictures of the birds like that! Fabulous. I'm enjoying your blog as I sip my coffee this morning...hooray for a rainy Saturday morning...I don't feel compelled to have to do...anything!
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