Just prior to us cutting down the last of the sunflowers in the garden, the goldfinches went on a feeding frenzy. It was as if they knew that they’d better make the most of what was left. (Just as an aside, I dislike this new block editing thing intensely, but, like everything else, I expect I’ll get used to it.)
Such beautiful captures. Love them! 😊
Thanks, Irene! I just sat by the window and clicked away.
Thanks, Sandy! Every year I allow some of the fallen bird seed to germinate and blossom for just such a photo opportunity. Sunflowers and sorghum seem to be the favorites.
Beautiful clicks, Sue!
Thank you, Jyothi.
Captured this lovely scene with excellent timing, Sue!
Thanks, Indira! One of the great things about digital photography is you can take a hundred pictures and pick out the best. I could never have done that with the old film camera.
Glorious sunny photos to brighten everyone up. Thank you.
Thanks, Marianne! I miss the sound of the goldfinches chattering outside, now that the sunflowers are gone, but I’m sure both the flowers and the birds will return next year.
Something lovely to look forward to when this strange year is over!
Lovely to have them right by the window!
With this new block editor I start a new post putting in the heading then click the cross on the right and chose ‘classic block’, it’s just like the old version except the ‘add media’ icon is further to the right.
Thanks for the editing tip.
What a feast for the goldfinches! Beautiful photos. Yellow is my favorite color.
Thank you! Yellow is such a cheerful color, isn’t it. Thanks for stopping by.
A good reward for growing seed rich flowers.
Yes! And they really don’t require too much care other than propping up after a storm.
Lovely photos! So bright and cheerful 🙂
Thank you! Seeing the goldfinches outside on the sunflowers is something I really miss when the winter comes.
I really like your post, Sue. The photos are beautiful. I was so frustrated with the new editor that I stopped blogging for a few weeks. Then I watched one of the WP videos explaining how it worked and I’m okay with it now. I’m even thinking I might stretch myself to see what it can do to make my posts a little more interesting. But not too much of a stretch, mind you. 😉
Thanks, Pat! I must watch one of those videos. And your posts are always interesting so don’t stretch too much!
Thanks so much, Belinda!
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