Tuesday, 22 December 2009

Me and my shadow.

Continuing the seasonal theme. While working indoors today, I spied our resident Robin 'Redbreast' waiting for a vacant perch on one the feeders and casting a reflection on the wall so I took a few quick snaps through the window just for fun.



Still a few tasks to complete before Christmas, but in the meantime many, many thanks for all the seasonal messages from my blogger friends.  FAB

20 comments:

  1. What a sweetie! I love this little bird!

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  2. Well spotted Frank. The low elevation of the Sun gives all sorts of opportunities, though often short lived.

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  3. Lovely photos - the robin redbreast is a handsome bird - sweeter than the Am Robin - closer in shape to our Eastern bluebird - you'll never have too many pics of this one. Happy holidays!

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  4. Beautiful little bird. Great photos through the glass.

    Merry Christmas,
    Cindy

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  5. Frank, nice use of the shadow! Still can't get over how different your Robins are from ours over here. Merry Christmas to you and yours.

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  6. Neat, Neat, Neat!
    I just went and washed windows overlooking my feeders, just in case the chance comes for a photo like this! It will probably be the blue jays who will show up for peanuts.

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  7. Wonderful images,love these shots.
    Hope you have a great Christmas and a Happy Birding New Year,look forward to seeing more of your great blog in 2010.
    Cya Frank.
    John.

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  8. Nice one Frank :D

    Merry Christmas to you and Anita and your families - (not too much Christmas cake now.... )

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  9. I just love your robin, much prettier than the US robin...Merry Christmas!

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  10. A very patient Robin Frank.

    Have a great Christmas. It'll soon be here.

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  11. Wonderful! They sure are pretty.

    And a Merry Christmas to you and yours!

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  12. Wishing you and your family a fantastic Christmas and New Year Frank. May 2010 be a good one.

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  13. Great images Frank.
    Its a bit early for seeing double just yet though.
    Hope you and all the family have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New year

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  14. Hi "Early Birders".

    Robin 'Redbreast' and 'his shadow' thank you for all your kind comments.

    Enjoy the festivities. FAB.

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  15. Your robins are much different than ours. Beautiful pictures. Have a very Merry Christmas and may many birds visit you in the new year.

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  16. Hi there Frank, wow… what lovely captures. I’m surprised it stayed still long enough to cast a shadow ;-)

    Just wanted to stop by and wish you a Merry Christmas and all the best for 2010 to you and yours :-D

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  17. Hi Bill S. Glad to hear you are now mobile after your op.
    Season Greetings warmly reciprocated. Fab

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  18. Hi shirl. Yeh, there were plenty of Spadgers on the feeder so he had to wait, bless him.
    Have a great Christmas. FAB

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  19. Thanks Eve. Our Robins always like to have their photo taken.
    Happy New Year. FAB.

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