Robins are such friendly little birds. There's one at the allotment who will come and perch on the handle of the spade and watch what we're up to.
Your Robins look so different from ours. Yours are so much more vibrant in color and sound like they are much friendlier. Very pretty. Robins used to be a sure sign that spring was coming and we always were excited when the first Robin was spotted. But now, many of them live here all winter long and I have had them feeding with my other birds on the ground.Have a lovely weekend. It's supposed to warm up here and actually feel like spring.Cindy
I love the way robins are quite fearless and come close to us and watch us with their beady little eyes! I also love the collage you have made with its soft focus edges. I hope you enjoy your weekend:)
Really sweet robins and great shots. How neat that your grandson is going to be a chef. We have friends whose son not so long ago completed catering school and has a job in a nice restaurant now. He often takes photos and puts the dishes he makes on Facebook. I don't belong to Facebook but hubby does and shows me the photos. All I can say is yum! I like to cook - when the mood takes me - love trying new recipes and enjoy taking photos of them. My source are the many food blogs I browse through. I wish your grandson the very best in his chosen career. Also wishing you a great weekend :)
Such a little sweetie and he looks really pleased with himself! xx
Oh I love those little Robin red breasts!I received a beautiful Christmas card with one once and I've loved them ever since.A very sweet collage. Your grandson wold make a great blogger - following in grandmother's footsteps Linda!Enjoy International Womens Day and Mothering (Laetare)Sunday!Shane ♥
These are great photos of the robin, and you've made a beautiful collage.
Have a great time at the event :)
A fat little robin torments Thomas in our garden! I hope you have a great weekend. Jx
What lovely robin photos. Your robins are so cute and smaller than our American robins. Happy Mothering Day!
Hi Linda,How sweet the photos of the dear little Robins are and it is a great collage.Enjoy your weekend, Mothering day and the International Womens day Event.hugsCarolyn