The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
Great picture, both the bird and the sunflower are sharp, i guess the bird was hungry ;)
You mean the sunflower steals the bird or the bird steals the sunflower? :)
Is there a birdie police to catch this thief? ;p
Caught in the act :lol:
Thanks everyone. James, seconds later the Sunflower ate the bird and burped loudly!
Love your comment Jams "seconds later the Sunflower ate the bird and burped loudly" ;)Great shot!Anna
That's a great shot. Caught with his mouth wide open and full of food.
Birds are really posing for you Jams. You must tweet-tweet the right accent...
Anna, Carver, glad you like it, I was just very lucky Claudia
Great shot.Caught in the act :). Happy WW!
Great capture! We used to have love birds and they love sunflower seeds. Happy WW!My entries:Moms... Check Nyo Yummy-as-can-be
Marvellous shot!Well done!Cheerspreeti
Bon apetit! Wonderful shot.
Wow! what a lovely photo :-)
what a wonderful capture. Happy WW!
Great shot! Perfect sense of opportunity.
But your honor, I thought for sure he was growing those just for me tweet.
Great picture, one has to get the timing right to catch the bird just at the moment after snatching the seed.
I think he has some yummieeee....found :)))))Fantastic shot !!
Very nicely caught.
Nice capture of the sunflower thief.
I love eating roasted sunflower seeds. I might take some of the seeds if I see them. :P
Glad you all liked this photo!
Now this is drop dead gorgeous! After spending the last 6 days looking at ash and a very unnatural sepia it is wonderful to see such color!
I like it! :)
Thanks Amanda, Thanks HGF!
Good shot, and yes, these characters are known as premier league thieves. Not only where sunflowers are concerned.
That;s true but they certainly were not averse to their crimes beign recorded!
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