Weekly Photo Challenge: Kiss

Scrub Jay Kiss
Scrub Jay Kiss, a photo by Fergiemoto on Flickr.  (click on photo to enlarge)

>>:::<<
winter bling
enhances my allure
snow kisses
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…and here’s also a KISS photo I took in Brugge (Bruges), Belgium:

Romance
Romance, a photo by Fergiemoto on Flickr.  (click on photo to enlarge)

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This week’s WordPress Photo Challenge
is to share a picture that means KISS to you.

Linking up with:
TEXTURE TUESDAY
PHOTO ART FRIDAY
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BIRD D’POT

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61 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Kiss

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  2. Delightful photo of the birds.
    Does this mean you’ve still got snow over your side of the world? It’s so hot and humid every day over here, I haven’t gone outside at all for nearly a week. Roll on Autumn (or in your case, Spring).

    • Thank you, Vicki! Yes, we still have LOTS of snow, and more on the way. (I’ll try to send some snow your way if you want some.) I hope you are able to cool and comfortable inside.

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    • This is the third year these birds have been visiting us regularly. They are used to us and my camera. The male is the bravest and lets us get quite close. Thanks for the nice comment!

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  11. Birds kiss by softly preening each others heads feathers. The beak is very strong and a peck on the head really hurts. So by very softly preening the feathers in the head, one shows total trust and the other total devotion.
    Lovely photo: you can actually see the trust because that sharp beak is too close to the eye.
    Great you are back with your enchanting photos!

    • This time of year the male practices feeding the female because he will have to bring her food and feed her while she is nesting (at least that’s what I’ve read). Lately, we have seen the male feeding her. They did the same thing last year around this time. They are getting ready!
      Thanks for the nice compliment, Paula.

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