6 comments on “The Elusive Tiny Flying Zebra of the Forest

  1. He/she is one of the most stunning birds I’ve seen in our forest. I know they are plentiful but hard to see since they usually keep their distance and move fast, but this one really wanted our attention. He/she looks close up because he/she is. I’d say about almost touching distance in a very low tree jumping around on limbs while we watched, obviously vying for out attention. Cutest thing I’ve seen. You got some wonderful shots. Thank you. Love ur Rick x0x0x0x0

  2. Beautiful images Lee! I have seen a B&W Warbler once in southern New Jersey’s Pine Barrens flitting around from branch to branch. I admire your ability to capture such sharp images of this active little bird/

    • Hi Denise,
      Most of the time I try to believe the love wildlife can’t see me. It is a big forest and I am but a speck on the trail. The I loo at my photographs upon returning home and realize they often look directly into my lens. Some images feel as if they have stopped by to to sit for a portrait. Others as a completely natural looking series then at the end they give a glance as if to say “Yes, I know you are there”. Unlike you I am a terrible photographer when it comes to humans… thankfully Nature is kind to me ;) Your photos are stunning.
      Kindest Thoughts and Wishes,

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