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Bath Time for Baby by Dip-in-Road Bath Time for Baby by Dip-in-Road
The babies especially love their baths, even in the mud.
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kayaksailor Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2017
Lovelovelovelovelovelove!!!
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Dip-in-Road Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2017
Thanks, Ruth!  This a year or two ago, I have photos of them rolling around in water on the rear patio, but people would think it was dead birds.  This is the first year I actually have them using the bird bath, unfortunately never when I'm out there.  I hope all is well with you and yours.

Walt
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FractalCaleidoscope Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2017   Digital Artist
Lol,  I can watch that forever.  Birds always makes me happy!  Love in the Air 
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Corvidae65 Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2017
Scrub-A-Dub-Dub! :lol:
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Cmac13 Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2017   General Artist
imagine - getting to play with hummers all year long *envy* *envy*
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Dip-in-Road Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2017
You bet!!!  It becomes so that you wonder about yourself when you wind up sitting by a feeder and talking to them for an hour!  This is so they get to know you and, soon, ignore you completely, as if you were just a lawn fixture/feeder.
 Last week I was watching the endless chase that takes place from dawn to dusk.  They're just little black streaks that constantly go back and forth across the yard at full speed.  I've seen aerobatics that rival and surpass the Blue Angles.  I've witnessed 5 bird star bursts and a three bird 'missing man' formation... They forget who is chasing whom while other birds slip in and quickly get the sugar water.  You'd really love it, Carole! 

\Walt
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Cmac13 Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2017   General Artist
Hi Walt - happy Sunday to you

Yep - I know what you mean as I've witnessed such behavior in snip-its.  Ten day dry camping trips to our Jemez mountains during the summer months where the only actual sugar available hung from feeders attached to the camper awning.  So many one year we had to move the feeders into the trees for fear of being struck by an arrant acrobat :nod:

Severe drought has kept us from that sort of camping for several years now but the memories are still (thankfully) quite vivid and the *envy* of your year round access grows greener by the day.  Thanks so much for sharing your work my dear friend :hug: 
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Tsisqua-Ugidali Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2017  Professional Photographer
Awesome photography
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ScarabsCorner Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Very cute!
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MoonFlowerSax Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Indeed!
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