Ahh, Sunshine

After a few dark, dreary days sunshine broke through this morning. It was cloudy to start and after about an hour and a half I almost gave up and went home. I was not finding anything. I stuck with it and ended up being gifted with some wonderful finds after the sun came out.

Will try to post tomorrow as I plan to get out this morning. Then I may not post until somewhere around the New Year. We are wishful for a healthy new grandson before the New Year. So plans are somewhat open and we hope to help any way we can.

Here is wishing you and yours a happy, healthy, and safe holiday season. Thank You as always for stopping by and sharing in the wonders I get to see outdoors…

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4 Responses to Ahh, Sunshine

  1. ellen says:

    Great photos, the Crossbills with their crossed over bills fascinating. Their bills are twisted, no wonder they get the seed out of the pinecones. The plethora of Robins splashing remind me that they are the birds that seem to so enjoy our bird bath, really taking in the ‘fun’. And the reflections, great shots. Even the Eagle’s huge claws being detailed verses the small birds spindly, almost delicate claws, all show the wonder of nature’s provision. Enjoyed all these photos. Congratulations on the upcoming latest grandson, have a wonderful Christmas to New Year time with family.

    • Jim says:

      Ellen,
      It is interesting how birds beaks evolve to adapt to their food source. I have found other birds in past years bathing or drinking in that water puddling spot. The robins did seem to be enjoying more that others I have observed. The reflections were a great lucky catch in timing to be at that location at the right time. Thank You glad you enjoyed the photos. Wishing ya’ll a pleasant, peaceful, relaxing holiday season…

  2. I’ve noticed that sunshine does seem to bring out lots more birds.
    I love these shots, especially the bathing robins.
    I hope you and the family will have a Merry Christmas and great 2021! You’re so lucky to be getting another grandson!

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      ‘Thank You. The same to you Merry Christmas and a grand 2121 To ya’ll. Looking forward to being a grandfather again…

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