Birds & Blooms’ Friday Fun Photo for June 14, 2013: Chipmunk Love by Wendy Burdge of Lafayette, New Jersey. Wendy writes, “We were sitting on the deck when one small chipmunk appeared, then another. It looks like chipmunk love!”
Well, we certainly LOVE this photo! If you have a clever caption you’d like to share, we would love to hear it!
In our August/September issue, we feature this snapshot from Bill Smith of Coldwater, Michigan. Do you have a clever caption for this picture? Share it below and you might see your caption and name printed in the October/November issue of Birds & Blooms!
Birds & Blooms’ Friday Fun Photo for May 31, 2013: Western Screech Owl by Doris Manning of Penrose, Colorado. Doris writes, “We had the honor having a pair of Western screech owls nest in our old box elder tree last spring. Imagine our surprise when four babies came out of the nest hole! They seemed to love being photographed and I, of course, loved every minute that they were around. Once they fledged, they were gone in two weeks. I took this particular photo last June, on a day the temps reached 104 degrees.”
Lucky for Doris, the mother owl stuck around for the winter, so she’s hopeful to watch more young owls grow this year, too.
And lucky for us, this photo she shared captures quite the expression on that young owl’s face! Do you have a clever caption for this fun photo? Do share!
Birds & Blooms’ Friday Fun Photo for May 24, 2013: Swan and Cygnets by Raymond McDonald of Canton, Michigan. Raymond writes, “On the way home, in a storm, I noticed something I’d never seen before: a female swan carrying three cygnets on her back across the deep water. I quickly parked my car, threw a towel over my head and tried for a photograph. I got extremely wet, but I feel the picture is worth it.”
So do we! It’s clear, well cropped and composed, and the rain in the cygnet’s head feathers adds so much fun! Do you have a clever caption for what these rainy day babies might be thinking? We’d love to hear it!
Birds & Blooms’ Friday Fun Photo for May 17, 2013: Baltimore Oriole by Jessica King of South Beloit, Illinois. Jessica captured this feathered friend with its bill stuck into an orange half. Someone’s sure hungry!
Do you have a clever caption for this seems-to-be starving songbird? Please share!