Hmmmm...He was all alone? That's interesting. You still captured some nice images, even if the lighting 'was' a challenge.
Despite the poor light you grabbed a nice selection of this colourful species.
I think they are a super selection of shots despite the poor light.Hoping some land near me.
Lovely photos, despite the 'poor light'. I am beginning to hate Waxwings though, as I have not managed to catch up with any!
Great shots guys. I love that third shot with the light through the fanned tail feathers. Such a beautiful bird... perfection. It was great to see you both and to see the "Master" at work :-) Hope to see you again soon.
Great collection John and Sue. I just wish you did not make digiscoping look so simple...which it is not. Very interesting new gadgets..some I will be looking into in the near future.. Lovely to see you both again.Everyone I am sure left the site happy...it was a very accommodating bird indeed.
A lovely series despite the unfavorable lighting (you could have fooled me!). Cedar Waxwings are so very beautiful at any angle ... as seen by your wonderful photos.
Poor lighting? They look fine to me especially the bottom right shot.
Love the shots. Very nice
They are such lovely little birds. Cedar waxwings migrate through here but are around so briefly that I often miss them. They look very similar to your waxwings.
The light may not have been brilliant but your results are!
Beautiful images of a much sought after bird. We have some around the area at the moment, but I have never been that lucky to see them.
JRandSueWat een super mooie foto’sIk heb echt genoten.Veel foto plezier groetjes Herman versteeg.
Great shots John I love the Waxwing Happy Christmas to you and Sue very bust at the moment.
Pics look pretty good to me.Havent seen any Waxwings locally since the birds in the garden but they're around. And by the way how do you manage to get so many enthusiastic followers?
Your made the best of the poor light. Nice series!
These are pretty darned good shots for 'poor light'! Waxwings are one of my favorites! I read once that they got their name because they are such a beautiful bird, it's as if they are cast in wax! ~karen
Our thanks to everyone. With Christmas almost here we, like a lot of others have been too busy for much birding but couldn't let the chance of a Waxwing go by.Hi Bob, Don't know why we have so many followers but I suppose we must be doing something right and we really do appreciate them all.
I wish you a Christmas filled with much peace and happiness