Wonderful photos of american Robin. I liked the pictures of Dragon fly as well.You have a very good blog here!!
it certainly looks different from its British cousin - I don't see as many of them as I used to
Good luck to u, GRace..to mee too taht live in a small forest in Sweden...take care, dearestgraceolsson.com/blog
in all his glory
Looking forward to your hosting today's flowers - loved the pretty pink flowers with the yellow insides.Your robin is so sweet; how nice that he posed for you.
The Robin is always a true harbinger of spring. You captured it well. I loved the Lotus pictures you posted at Today's Flowers.
I've just popped over from 'Today's Flowers' to say how lovely your delicate captures on the meme's website are.
Superb Lotus flowers, I love the ome of the seed pod showing.
Great shots of the robin and I love the beautiful flower shots you took for the home page of Today's Flowers this week.
Robins are the harbingers of spring here in Ontario. A few spend the winter here, but most travel south. When we see an abundance we know winter will soon be over. ;-)
Beautiful birdwatching.Luiz Ramos
Grace/Bradley: What a neat shot of the Robin.BTW: You are featured on Today's Flowers and might want to get your post up. The flowers on the site are beautiful.
Beautiful robin, and I love the flowers on Today's Flowers.
Great pictures of american Robins.Do you know the name of the TF flowers?Very lovely flower..looks like a water lily?
Magnificent pictures!Happy Camera Critterspurrs and loveLuna
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