I heard the tweet-tweet. Yeah, my ears are now attuned to tweet-tweets. Did you hear that? I asked the First Born, all excited. What? He asked. The birds!!! He listened again, more closely this time and then nodded. Those were the same tweets that had made me grab the camera and rush to the balcony the day before yesterday and get a couple of quick shots, while he had already left for office.
It seems, the news has spread, preceded me rather, the Shutterbug Lady is amidst us. But the winglings seem rather shy at the moment. No problem. I have lots of patience.
Here are the captures for what they are worth, not really of good quality. But now that I know where they hang out, I am going to keep a closer look out for the little ones and get better shots. Or, may be they will willingly pose (and pause) for me. After all they are the ones who tweeted to let me know they are out there! 😉
I have been trying to find what these are called with no luck. Perhaps one of you can identify them for me?!
Shail, you should visit us on the way back. The tweets are omnipresent here:) but I don’t have your skill of spotting or clicking.
Oh I wish, Smitha! 😀
I so love ur posts about the lil’ birdies:)
Lol, thanks Vishal. More birdies coming up soon 🙂
Usha Pisharody said:
Tweet tweet… let the vales profound there, be filled with that magic sound. 🙂
Ahh yessss! 😀 😀
Random Musings by Swati said:
If they tweet-tweet you probably they will come round and will pause and pose for you as well. Just wondering what the birdies back in India will have to say on this though, as they are missing you already. :p Take care, happy clicking and be back soon.
I hope the birdies back in India don’t move away enmass by the time I return!
I think your bird pictures are amazing! Every time I have tried to get close enough to capture a bird the crazy thing flies away. LOL
Thanks Kathy. 🙂
And they will pose for you… after all, this is their chance to get famous 😉
Shilpa Garg said:
Aha! The birds from the foreign land now, for us to enjoy!! Keep clicking 😀
Yes. Hope I get to see more of them! 🙂