Caught in the Act

3 February 2012 15 Comments Home » Birds

Discards from the Hollywood dream factory,
songbirds on the lam,
defiant vaudevillians caught in the act,
their lives held together by a breeze.


Songbirds on the lam, discards from the Hollywood dream factory

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Sparrow | Passer domesticus

15 Comments »

  • Erica on Facebook said:

    A little pair of backstage lovers? Wings like curtains drawn…

  • Lupe on G+ said:

    Awesome capture…

  • Kathleen on G+ said:

    Beautiful verse and shot!

  • Mitu on 500px said:

    I like it!

  • Paulo on 500px said:

    Nice timming! Beautiful.

  • James on 500px said:

    My first impression was Operatic, Rick. Great shot.

  • Ferdy on Jungle Dragon said:

    Wow! I was wondering…how much patience is needed for your kind of photography?

  • Tim on G+ said:

    That’s what she said.

  • Diane said:

    Hiding in the shadow of greatness. in awe of the ability to soar, so much higher than the others. Raw admiration reflected in those eyes, needing to be close, and wanting so much more.

    Spellbinding: the moment, the capture, the talent behind the lens.

    BRAVO!!

  • Rick said:

    Thanks Diane. I always surprised by what I see.

  • Meg on G+ said:

    Great Fly-By, Rick Lieder. Thanks so much for adding it to the #FlyByFriday theme. :)

  • Ludo on Jungle Dragon said:

    These lovely creatures almost seam transparent, made of glass. Your patience was rewarded.

  • Raphael on 500px said:

  • Ferdy on Jungle Dragon said:

    Wow, no bursts, that takes immaculate timing sense to be honed.
    You might miss some, yet to me it seems that you absolutely do take a lot of godlike ones too! ;

  • Cincin on G+ said:

    Look at their eyes…. So full of love!!

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