Saturday, February 21, 2015

Saturday Critters ~ 62 ~

On February 12th, the Robins arrived.
There were about 100 Robins in the back yard.
This one was out front, and seemed very intent on getting in the house,
and watched me knit for the better part of the day!!






 I watched the sunset from the front window as well...

another inside day, that did not disappoint.
Isn't it gorgeous!!

So how about you guys, have you been watching these
glorious sunsets??

Sharing my images from February 12, 2015 with  
for Saturday Critters stop by and consider joining in,
any ole' critter will do!

35 comments:

  1. Beautiful robin. We are always so thrilled when the robins return, for it's our signal that spring is truly on its way (although a few years the robins have been fooled and have had to survive some late snowstorms!) Speaking of knitting, on one of my knitting rows, where at the end I have to SSK, (always such a difficult stitch for me, to get that off the needles without dropping it), I did drop it and have been trying to fix it ever since. I spent a good hour last night trying to figure out how to remedy the situation and finally resigned myself to taking it to a good knitting friend today, hoping she can help. I'm almost done with that hood and I refuse to rip the whole thing out again. Enjoy your beautiful robins today. Please send them to Wisconsin in another month. :-)

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  2. Great pix Debbie, bot of the robins and sunsets. We look for Robins around here about mid-March, a ways to go yet.

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  3. I think that bird is talking to you by the look on its face. Great close up shots and the last image is fab. Have a lovely weekend.

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  4. What gorgeous photos. That robin's face is too cute. I will have to get my bag of mealworms out and lure some to my house.

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  5. Good Morning, Debbie! It would be cool to see 100 Robins in your yard.. They must be hungry.. You have pretty closeups..And the sunset is gorgeous.. Stay warm and safe, more snow on the way! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!

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  6. Oh yes, "you" do not look innocent this time.

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  7. Oh yes, "you" do not look innocent this time.

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  8. The sunsets have been incredible. I have sat outside and watched them too. I do love seeing robins you got some really nice shots Debbie. I was outside looking for them just yesterday but didn't see any but I did see that we have 3 northern flickers. That was a nice surprise.
    I hope you have a lovely day today, Stay warm.

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  9. Your photos of the robins and the sunsets are just stunning! What a great photographer you are.

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  10. oh, your peeping tom was precious! love the skies, too!

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  11. I see this bird likes to pose for pictures and he is very photogenic :))
    Debbie, have a happy weekend :)

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  12. We haven't had any robins, yet. Since they're my harbingers of spring, I suppose it's just too cold for them to make an appearance. Our sunsets are behind a house across our street. We see the aftermath colors, though.

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  13. Lovely captures of both the robin and the sunset. Enjoy your weekend.

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  14. Robins? Wow! Great close ups. I love the sunsets. Beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

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  15. Beautiful robin photos and lovely sunset, too!

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  16. Gorgeous photos! I don't think I've ever actually seen a robin! :)

    xoxo

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  17. WOW! The robins have already reached New Jersey and are making their way north. YAY!

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  18. Beautiful bird. I never like it had seen in my garden.
    Great sunsets. You're a great artist, a photographer.
    Happy Sunday :)

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  19. Beautiful pictures. Perhaps that Robin was silently taking notes so he could knit a scarf to keep warm. :)

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  20. Oh gosh, a hundred of them? I guess you got real close for those wonderful shots. And the colors of your sunsets are simply awesome.

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  21. How amazing to have this many and this early! Such pretty portraits of Spring! At least the hope of it.

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  22. Beautiful sky shots and wonderful shots of the delightful robins!

    Happy Weekend to you,
    artmusedog and carol

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  23. Fantastic portraits! I actually saw a robin at the feeder the other day. Gorgeous sky!

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  24. Gorgeous robins! You capture so many expressions!

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  25. Hi Debbie,
    Great captures of this pretty robin - I love especially the 3rd photo, where it looks directly you.
    Are you knitting a scarf or a hat? I loved to hear of your visit in the alpaca farm ... Knitting is so relaxing, ain't it!

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  26. Hi Debbie,
    Great captures of this pretty robin - I love especially the 3rd photo, where it looks directly you.
    Are you knitting a scarf or a hat? I loved to hear of your visit in the alpaca farm ... Knitting is so relaxing, ain't it!

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  27. Wow! The robins are returning! It is only 26 days until spring.

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  28. What a handsome guy you got there. He's also very curious by the way. I like that picture of him with head a little tilted. Sky is perfect!

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  29. Well isn't he adorable? Great close ups of Mr. Handsome and your skies are gorgeous!

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  30. Beautiful bird and beautiful sunset !!!
    Besos.

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  31. Fantastic pictures of this sweet robin! So glad you had a day of knitting, bird watching from inside, and the view of that gorgeous sunset. Glad you didn't have to get out in the snow.

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  32. I just adore the expression in the third photo, it's like of course you can take a photo shoot of me!

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  33. The sunset is gorgeous! It has been way too long since I have seen a robin--so it's a sweet reminder to see your photos.

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  34. These are spectacular shots of the robin. Actually all these photos are outstanding!

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