She's so beautiful and bright! I love that top photo of her.
SO spiffy looking;)All dressed up and trying to figure out where to go.Incredible design!:)
Hallelujah! I'm glad to see one female with color. She's a beauty!
she is all dressed up in her Easter Dress, and what a beautiful shade of blue... she is really pretty
She's a looker!
Now I am realy jelouse. I've been chasing these birds for a long time and have not been able to get nearly this close. Great capture.
Great shots...she is so pretty...love her fluffy do!
Oh what lovely pictures. I've never seen one. Wonder if they are around my area.
Great shots of her. They are so hard to get since they're very skittish.
So pretty. I always look for these when we go campin at the lake :)
I am so jealous--I very seldom see a kingfisher and when I do they are for sure not still enough or close enough to get a shot even half as nice as these!!!
I love it when you post a photo of a bird that I will never see in Nebraska. Just gorgeous! :)
Aren't they stunning? I see them frequently, but never have a chance with the camera. Great captures!
Very pretty in a punk rocker sort of way. =)
What a beautiful bird!Great pictures, love them all, especially the first and second one.Have a great Monday!And thanks for linking to Cut And Dry, I'm following right back.I'm so happy to have met you. :)I love your blog!!Betty
I have never seen one of these around here in Ohio where I live. Now that I don't get out much I probably won't see one. I am satisfied to see these beautiful shots that you posted today.
I just post the previous comment using my other gmail account...but it's me!
My goodness. Does the variety of wildlife at your pond ever cease? I have yet to capture a Kingfisher photo. Someday.
Hi Texwisgirl, Thank you for sharing these pictures. My husband saw a Kingfisher here about a month ago but it was long gone by the time I was up for the day. I think these are exquisite birds! I am looking forward to seeing one in person. Have a super great day!
A fine series of this gorgeous bird. We don't have these around here (as far as I know). Excellent nature photography.
Oooohh my! How perfect she is. And tiny, and delicate. And prettier than the boy? That's unique, isn't it?I love that last picture, with all the green on the background. The gray of the branches and the little lady just sitting there. I think the composition is top notch!xoxoxoxoxoxo
She's a beauty!
Such a brightly colored exotic lady!
I agree with Roan...a woman with some color!! So glad to see it!
She is just beautiful, and what wonderful photographs you were able to get of her.So nicely done!
If I was a bird, those are the colors I would want to be. I do think I'd do better than that with my hair though.
what a marvelous bird! i'm not sure i've ever seen one in the wild. beautiful captures, hon!
Theresa, great capture and great shots. I love to watch them hunting. The way they spear into the water!
She is so beautiful. There are Kingfishers in Sri Lanka but they are different from Color as well as shape. I thought..... if I can sit on stick like her.
Nice shots of the "Queen" !!
That is some hair-do she's sporting on top. I love it.
I don't think I have ever seen a kingfisher before. Lovely bird, I love the "do"
Oh, I do like Queenfisher! She looks like a royal to me.
Learned what a Kingfisher was today. She has some hairdo!
I can't believe all the beautiful birds in your little corner of the world! Thanks for sharing!
My favourite is the horses!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
that is awesome...I've never seen any of those around here...
what a beautiful bird, we don't get those here. love her "do"!!!
Beautiful shot of the kingfisher!
very high WOW factor on this one.
Great shots of this one.
WOW! Gorgeous bird!Loved seeing these pictures, we don't have those around here!
Beautiful! I love the first photo,so pretty.
Oh Theresa, great pictures!! We have Kingfishers here, but it's hard to spot them, let alone get a picture!
What a beautiful bird - nice captures.
Wow--what a beautiful, majestic bird...Great photos!
She's a beaut! You've done an incredible job photographing her! I almost only see them on a telephone wire!
Great captures of one of my favorite birds, the Belted Kingfisher. I like the "Queenfisher" tag, I'm going to start using that term for the females too!What is not to love about these birds? Their chattering call as they fly around, the way they plunge into the water to catch their prey and of course, their majestic presence when they are sitting on a perch fishing, which you have caught so well.
gorgeous color... and what a mohawk!
I love to watch these birds, but have yet to get one in front of my lens!
I am in awe. She is stunning!
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