lavender and roses

Sunday, November 13, 2011

blue jay

This beautiful blue jay and his family watch me as I put out seed in the feeder and  a little on the railing ... won't come down until I'm in the house though.  I've been trying to get a photo of him from the front door ... but every time I get the camera out ... he flies away. 

I'm just recovering from the flu. I hope to be well enough to do a little creating soon.

Wishing you a wonderful week.


  1. Que belo pássaro vai a sua casa!!! Melhoras da gripe e boa semana!

  2. Hope you feel better now, Suzanne!

    I've never seen a blue bird, such an amazing thing, thanks to have the patience to get a picure of him!

  3. beautiful images Susanne! We have one very obstinate Blue Jay in our yard. I hope you are well soon..I had that also and it seemed to take forever to work it's way out of my system!

  4. It's taken me so long to get around to your blog which is always filled with beautiful images, sorry. I hope you are feeling better now Susanne? I love birds and these pictures are so beautiful!

  5. Wow, one of the prettiest Blue Jays I have 'ever' seen! We have them here, but they deep blue.

  6. I saw this over Flickr, but I just LOVE these photos! As I said: My son squealed when he saw the pics (that's ODD for a 17-year old teenage boy)! He ADORES birds! Hugs to you!

  7. Hi, Susanne! I love these beautiful pictures of the blue jay! Blue is my very favorite color :-)

    Thanks for your recent comment on my gluebook pages on my Fifi's Daughter blog. I love doing collages of any kind. I received some really nice pages back from that swap. When I get home I will post them.

    Colorado is a beautiful state and I am enjoying spending time here with my son and his family.

    A very Merry Christmas to you and yours and a happy and healthy 2012, Susanne. Here's to lots of creative projects, too!

  8. Ah this is a blue jay, I always wondered, what it would look like. I love that Beatles song "blue jay way".
    It looks like a crossover of our Eichelhäher and Wellensittich (don't know what they are called in English), sorry.
    It's always so special, when wild birds come near.

  9. What a beautiful bird! And how clever to get photos - well done!