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Absolutely gorgeous! Love those colors. Thanks for sharing..and for visiting my blog.
I love how I had to think about this picture a little. I've never seen a "burning bush" but sparrows here are as common as...well, sparrows! Our sparrows like to gather in our shrubs, too.
That is just gorgeous.
Stunning! I've never heard of a "burning bush" either, but I need to look into whether or not they would grow here. It's beautiful.
The scientific name is Euonymus alata grows in zones 4-8 whatever they are! You should see a hedge row of these in the fall, Tami! brilliant red like fire!
So beautiful!!LOve the bright colors - perfect photo for the start of fall.SueBook By Book
what a lovely photo
What a lovely photo. I was watching sparrows in my garden today, but by the time I got my camera they had disappeared. I have never seen a burning bush.
Ginx they are a Euonymus alata shrub. And they are so gorgeous in mass plantings in the fall!
What a capture... absolutely beautiful... very nice... Thanks for sharing...
Gorgeous. Simply gorgeous! Please take a look at my page:Anne's Snapshot Saturday
Wow....GORGEOUS....those colors are fabulous.ElizabethSilver's ReviewsMy Saturday Snapshot
Now how did that happen? And four minuets apart? Strange since I only hit publish once!
We must be in the twilight zone, Vicki!
Oh, that photo is absolutely fabuolous - I love the contrast of the plain brown bird againt the glorious colour of the bush. Thank you for visiting mny blog
What a beautiful photo.
Even sparrows are fun to photograph, I like the contrasting colours.
Oh how fun! I love the family of sparrows, and your "burning bush." :)
Oh, so pretty! I love how they are all aligned and tuned into something going on in the vicinity! Goldfinches, yes?
Sparrows I think Susan. It was unusual to see them all on that bush.
Love the photo. At home (in Sacramento), on our back patio, the sparros like to gather in a saucer we've filled with water and take baths. They are a real kick to watch! Meanwhile, thanks for stopping by my Fourth Wish blog and commenting.
Thanks Elizabeth! Birds are a joy to watch and very relaxing.
What a cheerful happy photo!
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