Thursday, December 23, 2021

Just Outside My Window

 If you followed my blog, back in the day, 
you will remember that I shared a lot of bird pictures from just outside my office window.
When we had some trees in our yard removed, the tree company, unbeknownst to me,
trimmed some branches off of some other trees, trees they felt needed trimming.
- so nice, right -
they trimmed critical branches the birds landed on, that gave me a 
"birds eye" view of my feathered friends.
Long story, view had been "interrupted"!
They still come, I still feed them, but I have not been able to capture the images I use to.
The hubs recently went outside with a saw,
I stood at the window and gave direction and I think I may be able to 
have some fun with the birdies again.

Let me show you...

Male Downey Woodpecker

Ruby Crowned Kinglet
Yellow Rumped Warbler

- become a bird, expand your wings, learn new things and fly as high as you can -


Sandi said...

Love them!

Bev said...

I remember all those bird pictures! Great to be seeing your posts again

Marie Smith said...

Great shots. Enjoy that view, Debbie. It’s a great one by the look of it.

Black Knight said...

Great shots of beautiful birds. I am glad you feed them.

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful birds, you are lucky to see these beauties just outside your window.
Hope you are having a great day!

Lowcarb team member said...

Such beautiful birds, a joy to see.

In case I don't get back to you before Christmas, I wish you a wonderfully Merry one.
My good wishes too.

All the best Jan

Conniecrafter said...

Looks like it worked, you were able to capture some great pics! I bet that just broke your heart at the time.
Hope you enjoy a lovely Christmas!!

The Furry Gnome said...

Well that tree company! Hope hubby saved the day.

♥ Łucja-Maria ♥ said...

Dear Debbie!

May the miracle of Christmas bring you love and joy.
A very happy Christmas to You!

Brian King said...

That's a shame about the extra trimming, but these are beautiful! Sometimes you do have to create natural perches for them and these appear to work.