Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Round Robin Challenge

It's time to participate in another Round Robin.......


This challenge was chosen by our friend Sassy, author of the journal, " Sassy's EYE." Our subject will be, "New Life."


 


newlife.jpg
kmh 2005

19 comments:

thisismis72 said...

nice shot

geminiwilder said...

oh, your pic is fantastic!  great entry for the challenge!

~~phinney of Paragon

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ondinemonet said...

Wow! Great shot. I have been checking my yard for bird nests...so far nothing. Lovely darlin!

mavarin said...

Ohhh, I like that, not just the open beak but the shape of the next.  I'll have to open this again at home for a better view.  - Karen

tc01hm said...

Not only a new life but a demanding one at that! Neat capture!
Tess

nhd106 said...

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gdireneoe said...

Oh precious!  Wonderful detail. ;)  C.  http://journals.aol.com/gdireneoe/thedailies

chervinkod said...

way cool!

cneinhorn said...

awww too cute!

csandhollow said...

THis is great! Did you use a zoom lens or were you able to get that close?
Celeste

jabarett said...

That's a great shot.  Just amazing.

dtbrierly said...

WOW! Perfect shot! How cute!!!!!!!!

I'm ready for your new poem! lol

Happy Easter!

Tammy

am4039 said...

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redbird914 said...

This is GREAT ! !
Valorie aka Redbird
http://journals.aol.com/redbird914/RetrospectUSA/entries/1042

hadonfield78 said...

Kim
you did an awesome job with that.
I am always so impressed with your talents....

bmorrrick said...

Kim,

This is adorable!!  I love it.....poor little thing, makes you want to find something to feed it, huh? (ha)  Great work, as always!
Hope you have a good Easter weekend.

Take Care
~Bilinda~

randlprysock said...

I love this photo!!  Thanks for sharing.
Lisa

pattboy92 said...

Great image!  You brought back a memory for me with this one:  at my parent's house, there are vines that have partially covered the bathroom window in the back yard.  A few years ago, a sparrow built a nest there and laid her eggs, so we were able peek through the curtains and watch the eggs hatch and the babies grow until they were ready to start their new life.

Love this shot!

Patrick
http://patricks-portfolio.blogspot.com/

debbted said...

Priceless! Better late than never--right?! ;-) Sassy