Saturday, March 31, 2012

CameraCritters-A Robin in my Easter Egg Tree




I decided to pretend we have kids in the house again and decorated the crabapple tree in our front yard.
The kiddies next door will love it just as the visiting robin did!

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20 comments:

  1. What a cute tree! Not to mention the robin.

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  2. A perfect capture!

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  3. it took me a few moments to find this young robin. great catch.

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  4. You're so sweet! I tried making Easter eggs once, but I had to quit when they boiled over and I have egg all over my face!

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  5. Nice tradition! It needs to be carried on from year to year.

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  6. Ok, how did the bunny do this?

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  7. I don't see robins out here in the desert so I'm glad you posted this. When I lived in Illinois (oh so many years ago) I'd see these red-breasted fellows all the time. I miss them.

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  8. Great for kids and for kids at heart! You got a great catch there with the Robin in the tree.

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  9. yikes, easter is going to be here. i better plan. thanks for the cute easter tree

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  10. Sweet idea, nice shot! The robin hid from me for a while, then suddenly popped up in front! A kind of "Where's Waldo?" moment.

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  11. That's nice, and seems to disprove the theory that birds don't like bright colours.

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  12. Well, good for you, Kate. Decorating little trees for Easter is waaaayyy in my rear view mirrow.

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  13. After I read your words, I had to go back and search for the robin! I love this photo.

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  14. This is a very nice and kind idea...

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  15. This makes me smile!

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  16. What a delightful image Kate, the robin looks so lovely in there amongst the eggs.

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  17. What a great camouflage!

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  18. After looking closely ....there he is. I was always told that spotting a Robin was the first sign of Spring!

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