Friday, March 5, 2010

Now you see me...now you don't...or don't shoot....

he is taunting me...
he has a smile on his beak...
she will never get a close up.....
chirp chirp chirp...
I see you looking out that window...
your camera will never reach here lady...
a second one joined in on the fun....
tormenting me.........
now you see me now you don't...
I actually put a customer on hold...
grabbed my camera and click....click...click
ha ha.....you didn't think I would get so close did you....

so now your gonna pose....

you'll never get me sissta....
and then they were gone.....
little do they know...
 I'm going for bird seed today...
and I'm gonna shoot them....
with my camera of course...
(Evil Laugh) mmmwwwaaaaahaaaaahaaaa....
and their pretty little sissta or wife too.....

9 comments:

Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

Those pesky Cardinals are testing you. Challenging you. And you are rising to the occasion! Good for you!

Hooray for female tenacity!!! Yeahhhhhhh!!!!!!

^_^

Melissa Miller said...

Deb they are really beautiful! Great photos you captured of them.

~Blessings, ~Melissa :)

♥ Kathy said...

Good job getting the closeup :D

Craftymoose Crafts said...

Yeah! You got them, now! Great photos!

Corner Gardener Sue said...

Hi Deb,
I can identify with you here. I had to laugh about the birds taunting you and you putting a client on hold to take photos. Well, you did end up with some great ones!

I went out past bed time in the dark the other night to get photos of an opossum. They didn't turn out good, but I plan to post one for Camera Critters.

Debbie said...

Think I'll go for more birdseed, too! Love cardinals. Lots of good shots, Deb.

My Crafty Little Page said...

Oh wow - what a shot! Aren't they beautiful? And elusive - lol. BTW - I love seeing the Texas flag flying in the breeze....it's one of my favorite things. Love that header. xoxo Nancy

Sares said...

What a beautiful color! At least you got the shot before they flew away! It's like taking pictures of moving children! Have a wonderful weekend Deb, I hope it's full of sunshine!

Oz Girl said...

I don't know why, but it seems that I saw more cardinals when I lived in northeast Ohio than I do here in Kansas. Although I did see one a few days ago. He surely caught my eye, because they seem so few around here! Wonderful pics of your cardinals. :)