Wednesday, 22 September 2010

Ruddy Turnstone


Parede, Portugal

7 comments:

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I do not know this bird at all. Maybe living in Central Africa and central France I am not lightly to if they live by the sea:-) I love the depth of the water behind them. Diane

Francisca said...

What a delightful composition, JM, all the birds in a row...

elvira pajarola said...

Very, very qute......!!!!!

So enchanting these little feathered gys!!!!
ciao ciao elvira

Joan Elizabeth said...

Water birds are always a delight because they seem to gather in big numbers and stay still long enough for a photo.

EG Wow said...

The water looks a little rough and the terrain a bit steep. Nice photo!

Stickup Artist said...

Somehow, birds in a row always remind me of musical notes. The sea behind them is the melody.

tapirgal said...

The unusual head/beak shapes make them look almost like cartoons. Fascinating as always.