Tag: robins

Looking Up From the Ground

I become so focused on my photography, that sometimes I forget to look up and just enjoy the moment. The other day, I was intent on photographing this robin while I was at the Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens: What appealed to me were the rich colors of the feathers on its back, as well as…

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Spring Is Coming

Last week, the eagerly awaited event finally happened – wait for it, wait for it – YES!  There were robins shivering in the snow.  And according to my observations over many years and in many states, that means spring is ready to arrive.  Last year’s robins shivered in snow right around the same time (click…

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Stalking An Elusive Robin

What a gorgeous Sunday morning!  Temperatures were down and so was the humidity.  I didn’t feel like yardwork, so I sat on the deck, reading and enjoying some downtime.  My favorite boy toy joined me for a while but went back inside when the heat started building. While he was still out there with me,…

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Spring Came

Today’s theme for Six Word Friday is “spring”, an appropriate word considering the flowers in bloom that I showed you recently.  However, there is one other sign that spring is coming – and I am right another year – haven’t missed one yet – YES! – spring comes with snow shivering robins A few weeks ago,…

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On Observing the Robins

winter robins, south ’til spring first one, then two, then three singing, chirping, noisy high up in the tree white bellies, red chests a cloak of gray on top now three, then two, then one, now none winter’s tree bare except for orange tinted morning sun and oak’s brown leaves Happy New Year! Today’s post is…

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