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Mary Lou Jubin
Norton, OH, USA
I took this photo during a 2021 winter snowstorm.
Bluebirds flock to the mealworm feeder cups on my deck.
The feeders are recycled plastic cups attached to the deck posts.
Category 8: Rainbow Birds
Hungry trio of bluebirds!
Three gathered together in a small cup! Love it!
Beautiful blueirds photo and what clever feeders they have!
What a cute picture. I’m glad your feeding these hungry trio
Great pix of hungry bluebirds!
Awesome photo capture! And three of them? Great colors; vibrant yet calming to the eyes.
love the blue birds
Very unique presentation of a familiar subject–stunning lighting!
Absolutely beautiful!! What vivid colors. You capture the moment so perfectly! You are a great photographer!
Miss Jubin always catches the right moment in her photos. Love them.
great idea for re-using plastic!! I’m going to try this, too! and the picture is wonderful. thank you!
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