When I first saw this little group - two adult males, maybe a female plus juveniles - they were sitting on big round hay bales, flitting down to catch insects. They flew from the open hay field to the dead trees along the river.
The dead trees along the river are on the south side of the road, which meant that I would have to try to take a picture facing into the light, which was basically flat anyway.
This is my camera. Distance, bad light and facing into the sun are way beyond its (our combined) capability.
I have borrowed this for a few days
but it won't speak to this
so the only photos of the Eastern Bluebirds are these
which makes me terribly sad and unhappy because this is what the birds really look like.
from National Geographic. Photo by Richard Day/Animals Animals—Earth Scenes