Saturday, April 11, 2009

Fence Sitter/ Camera Critters

Hey! What's with the snow?


Hmmm. I flew north for this?

These photos were taken earlier this week. The robin and I are pleased to announce that most of the snow has now melted!

Please note: Photo Hunter is the post below

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31 comments:

Small City Scenes said...

Good shots of the Robin. I love his comments.

BTW. The robins have been here much longer than the first Trillium. I hope yours appear soon. MB

Neal said...

The robins never leave Indiana so they must not mind snow.

Willard said...

Beautiful shots with excellent detail and color. We had light snow here too (less than you had), but it is gone now.

maryt/theteach said...

I'm glad the snow is gone EG! And the robin has come! :)

Rhea said...

Gorgeous photos. So up close! Pretty bird.

PERBS said...

Gorgeous closeups! I agee with Neal since I have seen them all winter.

Wishing you a Happy Easter.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Thanks for the great pictures of the Robin, EG... Glad your snow has melted (almost)... Now both you and the Robin and enjoy SPRING.

Hugs,
Betsy

Tabib said...

Beautiful Robin fence sitter.
Sharp and nice colour!

dot said...

Nice robin shots! I hope that is the end of the snow for you.

kaye said...

spring is never far behind cock robin

Jacob said...

Very and excellent photography...I have a very hard time getting good shots of birds.

This is a cutie! Glad the snow is gone!

Chriss said...

Beautiful shots. Glad Spring is starting to show up in your area.

Judy said...

Wonderful shots of the robin!! You got so close, you can see all the detail in the feathers!
Have a Happy Easter!!

Kendris said...

Hee...Robins in Oklahoma get fooled on a regular basis, too! Good shots!

i beati said...

brave robin Sandy

Janie said...

Great robin photos. I'm sure he's glad to be nearly snowless.

Karen said...

Pretty Robin Redbreast..

Grat photo and I completely agree with his comments :-)

ramblingwoods.com said...

I have a male robin that runs under the suet feeder anytime he sees a bird using it and grabs the crumbs. I think it's pretty smart as the cold temps have made their lives difficult.....

Bruce said...

Pretty little birdie...I like your tail...mind if I have just a little a taste?

Carletta said...

These are great shots! Love the detail that can be seen.

Monica said...

LOL you gotta love those thoughts the robin is having! Hopefully beautiful spring weather is on it's way for you.

Monica

Babooshka said...

He can fly to me if he wants. A beauty, so much detail on those feathers.

fishing guy said...

EG: Really nice captures of the Robin. I like the flaired tail, I never saw one do that.

Adrienne in Ohio said...

I'm always excited to see the robins return each spring. I've got a pair busying themselves with nesting under our deck. Beautiful photos!

Rose said...

He is fluffed up like he is a little bit disgusted with that snow!

Funny, Neal sees robins all winter but we sure don't here...we have discussed this and don't know the reason. We are on about exactly the same latitude so he doesn't live farther south than us.

Kate said...

Glad to hear that the robins have made a good spring forecast.

Tulip said...

what a cute little bird. lovely photos. happy easter!

Denise said...

You show this little robin off beautifully, great shots!

amanda said...

Beautiful colors, you've capture the robin well!

lisaschaos said...

I would be pleased too - and am, as most of ours is gone too. :)

Manz said...

Lovely colouring.

I prefer the top photo - the angle of the robins beak reflects the angle of the fence it's on - which makes for a very "easy on the eye" photograph... if you know what I mean. It's got a nice balance...

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