Thursday, 23 December 2010

Xmas Greetings.

Greetings from the 'real' Early Bird.


I would like to take this opportunity to thank all my followers for their visits, comments and support throughout 2010 and to wish you all a very HAPPY CHRISTMAS and  a
peaceful NEW YEAR full of memorable wildlife encounters.   FAB.

41 comments:

  1. Lovely collage to accompany your holiday wishes!! Happy holidays to you, too!! Your blog has been a real pleasure! I so look forward to more.~karen

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  2. Best wishes to you and Anita for a good Christmas too.

    Let's hope 2011 is a great one.

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  3. That looks absolutely stunning Frank :-) how cheerful is that!

    Have a good Xmas and new year, look forward to next years posts.

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  4. What a lovely lot of Robins, Frank. Merry Christmas to you too.

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  5. That collage is out of this world, have lovable Christmas.

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  6. Merry Christmas Frank and have a really good 2011.

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  7. And, Merry Christmas to you, too! Thank you for the many lovely images you have shared with us this year.

    Lois

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  8. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Frank. Carol

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  9. Fantastic show Frank,wish you well for 2011.
    John.

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  10. Cracking Robin images have a good one!

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  11. Hi Frank...I so love the little Robin..great photos!!
    I wish you and yours a wonderful Christmas and a brighter New Year!!

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  12. Every best wish to you and Anita, Frank and hope that the next year will be great and full of the wildlife for you ;)

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  13. Merry Christmas Frank to you and Anita.

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  14. Hi there Frank, what a great photo montage. I particularly liked the Robin on the bottom, right corner with moss in its beak. Spring seems so far away at the moment.

    Just wanted to pop by tonight to wish you a Merry Christmas and all my best wishes for 2011. It can’t be easy for your family this year.

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  15. A most wonderful collage with such warm, thoughtful sentiments! May all the joy of this holiday season be yours thoughout the new year.

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  16. Happy Christmas Frank. I hope you had your family have a peaceful holiday and a wonderful 2011 x.

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  17. Merry Christmas...may you be blessed with another year of incredible photos.

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  18. Thank you, Frank!
    ..and a Merry, Merry Christmas to you too! I love your collage of the Christmassy-est bird of all!
    ...a peaceful New Year to you as well.

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  19. Wonderful collage my friend! Merry Christmas to you! Wishing you Joy and Peace in the New Year!

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  20. Beautiful collage! Such a pretty little guy. Have a very pleasant Holiday Season.

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  21. Have a lovelt Christmas Frank. Lovely lot of festive robins, and I really enjoyed the Shoveller post as well. Great shots all round.

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  22. Merry Christmas Frank,and a wonderful birding New Year to you too! These photos are gorgeous!

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  23. Best Wishes from Boom & Gary of The Vermilon River.

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  24. Best Wishes from Gary & Boomer of the Vermilon River.

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  25. Hi Frank,
    Just stopping by to pass on good wishes for a Merry Christmas and prosperous new year.
    Great colors and lovely shots in your Christmas collage - thanks for sharing that!
    Tim

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  26. Hi Frank Great post, and I wish you and your family a Very Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year.

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  27. May you & your family, Frank have a Peaceful Christmas!
    Just love your collage of the Robin! Beautiful, a real pleasure to witness this bird in the garden.

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  28. And a very Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones Frank. We all feel blessed to have your times shared with us and beyond~

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  29. Hi Everyone. Just a little while before Santa calls so I hope he brings you all everything that you wished for. Cheers FAB.

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  30. Merry Christmas, Frank to you and your family. Thanks for shring your photo talents and nature walks with all of us. Thanks too for your visits and comments on our blog. Happy New Year.

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  31. Merry Christmas to you, Frank, and wish you many happy encounters with nature in 2011. I love your photos of the English Robin. It's a beautiful little bird.

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  32. Merry Christmas to you too! I love all these photos of this sweet little bird! May you see many more in the New Year!

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  33. Merry Christmas and Happy New year to you Frank, - i've loved popping in to look at your wonderful photos this year, i've even learnt to identify some of my garden visitors now, - thanks
    Claire

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  34. Wonderful mosaic! It's so lovely to see cheerful little robins in the cold winter months.

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  35. Lovely Robin shots. Belated season's greetings to you!

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  36. I finally have time to catch up with holiday greetings - in time to wish you a Happy New Year! - the images of the robin are wonderful - someday I have to travel for these common birds on your side of the pond (not to mention the art, history, culture, et al) - been quite a few years since we've traveled in Europe and before I became much interested in bird. Your superb photography makes it very tempting.

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  37. He is sooo lovely; I am sooo happy we have got this little bird here too and my six kitties... wonder why; but they leave them untouched....!!

    Beautiful portrait of a cute little feathered red breasted friend, Frank!!

    I am so glad to be back in time to wish You and your family a very
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    with a lot of warm sunshine, happyness and health!!!!!

    All my very best wishes, Frank!

    ciao ciao elvira

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  38. Love the college hope you had a lovely Christmas, Happy New Year to you both. Paul

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