The robin picture is Christmas card perfect Di. x
More great Photos Dianne.I have great difficulty in trying to capture the birds ..as soon as i click..they fly away.A little robin was here on my patio this morning.who would have known that there was black under the bright red.Enjoy your weekend.val
Lovely! You did a brilliant "job", Dianne! I was never ever able to get so near with my camera to any bird - so far.Well done!Best wishes for the 3. Advent Sunday,karin
Well, you were a tremendous success with those bird photos! Those little buggers really tick me off some times!
I have really been enjoying these photos you have been showing us of Scotland. The birds photos are absolutely FAB!!
Black under belly.....I never knew! x
WOW! Every image is a moment snatched from time to come to US! Thank you again for this tour my precious one! Anita
Di,Yes I know, sometimes it seems they are saying, “I’m ready for my close-up, no wait, I’m ready for my close-up, no wait, I’m ready for my close-up, no wait, Oh forget it, I’m out of here”. And then with a flit they have flown. But form the looks of things in your post; you were just one flit ahead of these beautiful fellows. You look to have caught the pheasant at his most regal. And the robin seems to have given you a “strippers tease”. All your posted captured shots are most wonderful and will be reminisced about long after this marvelous trip has ended. – gary PS – the frozen spider webbing looks much like antique lace draping. You know, I have never noticed (or paid much attention) but the center of the web look much like how one would start a piece of crochet work, hmm, wonder what inspired the first person to ever crochet?
I am loving these posts! Gorgeous photography, you have captured nature as some of her finest moments throughout the trip! Beautiful little robin, I wonder how they stay warm all winter and the cobweb is just beautiful!
Looks pretty darn fabulous!! Our robins in the U.S are so different. Very interesting!xoLoi
Di! These photos are wonderful. I adore that little robin!
hi! yay for red deer! yes it is fun to tag along on your travels.
Absolutely stunning...beautiful photos...Stay cozy, dear!Much love,- Irina
If this is your best, I best give up, your photo are great, love the picture of the pheasant
Beautiful photography here of a wonderful excursion into the natural beauty of Scotland, you were lucky to have that frost to illuminate the wonders!
Hello DianneFabulous and beautiful and yes I did not know the robin's breast was dyed and he has dark roots :)Thanks for sharing this beautyHelen xx
Good morning dearest Di!I thank you for coming to visit me and for leaving a comment. I think I am loosing readers!!!!!! Perhaps I am too maudlin? Too intense? Well, I appreciate your presence so much and the sadness in the world can only make me struggle to be MORE of a good person in the corners of my own world and try to make a difference.I KNOW YOU ARE ENJOYING YOUR VACATION! Be well my sweet friend! Anita
what a gorgeous Pheasant, very nice. I see you have Reindeers too.Scotland is awesome, just watched a film on it. Sending my best wishes for you and family to have a splendid Christmas. yvonne
Hello my dear! You need to write/photgraph a book! You are so talented! I love these photos, the pheasant is fabulous!I hope you are having a great week! xoxo Elizabeth
These pictures are gorgeous, Di. So glad you shared them with us. I simply love that last one. Thank you for stopping by the shop, and thank you for your kind comment, my friend. Enjoy the rest of your vaca.Much love,Marcia
Nadolig Llawen i chi fy ffrind annwyl!I hope that is correctly said!Thank you my dear Di for coming to visit! I hope you are still on your journey of a magical tour of the sights I would love to see! BISOUS! Anita
Thanks for taking me to Scotland with you - it was lovely. Hope you and yours are having a wonderful time.
Merry Christmad dear Di! I hope that you are having a blessed and wonderful holiday! What are your plans, will you be in cooking or going out with friends? I am sure it will be wonderful!Xxoo Elizabeth
Thank you, dear friend, for stopping by...for your warm wishes!I, too, wish for you a magical, loving Christmas...you are a blessing!Much love,- Irina
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