Daily life of a Country Artist
Debbie, what sweet and beautiful visitors here. I love your photos, and the one with the light is very heartwarming. :)
Oh my it looks soooooo cold! Funny how the birds can cheer everything up. They are so beautiful... You have a good eye for photos.. Thank you so much for sharing them Debbie.Wishing you a wonderful week ahead.fondly,Penny
Lovely photos. You have a wonderful bird population going there.
Hello Debbie .I'm sure it must cheer up your day having such beautiful visitors call on you. It's certainly cheered up mine. No snow here, thank goodness, just grey sky and rain. I hope all's going well after your fall.keep your eyes open for the post man, your packet should arrive in the next few days.
The poor old birds must suffer in winter - especially when it goes on forever like yours. It is lovely to see them come to the feeders and the thought that you may be keeping a few alive to see them through to spring. How's the wrist Debbie - hope it's on the mend.
You have a lot to entertain you with these adorable visitors. I do enjoy seeing them too! I hope your wrist is mending well...sending you many healing hugs!
Your feathered friends are all lovely but that cardinal! Wow! He is so vibrant against the backdrop of snow.Speaking of the snow, stay warm and dry!
Glad your wrist repair is done and this post finds you well on your way to healing. I love seeing the beautiful birds and have to admit that I think cardinals, both male and female, are just the prettiest ever. The blue jays run a close second though. You must find delight in just watching these guys!
Hello Debbie, what lovely birds! We don't get many small birds in the garden any more, there are lots in the fields around us, but they are obviously finding plenty of food elsewhere. We do get daily visits from dozens of rooks, crows and magpies. I have to say I’m growing quite fond of them. They all seem to have personalities of their own. Barbara
Wow, you sure had a lot of visitors. I hung some seeds on the tree I can see from the computer and not a one has found it yet. :( Maybe soon!
ACK!! Look at all that snow!!! Debbie, you are a saint to go out there, broken wrist and all, and tend to all those beautiful birds. And these are wonderful photos. Please be careful out there!!!!!Kathryn XX
The birds always put a smile on my face :) Thanks for sharing your sweet pictures, Debbie. Have a blessed week! Hugs!
Hello dearie~So glad you feel good enough to post! I love your winter visitors!
I just love watching birds in my yard--we have many of the same visitors you do, though of course, no snow! I'm sure your visitors are grateful for the feeders and the sanctuary of your property!
You have so many visitors to keep you company! I think they are very happy with your hospitality. How is your wrist doing? Any update on that?We had a little more snow yesterday. I'm hoping for some clear weather for a few days since I'll be on the road a bit. I'm heading to visit my brother in GA and then to a workshop in Myrtle Beach. I'll have my computer so I'll be checking in and posting.
What a delightful post. These little birds make me smile. Here, too, the birds are readying for Spring. Our hummingbirds DID return to nest again on a different bicycle than last year. We often run into one another when going in and out of the garage. The doves are calling to one another and the cardinals are slowly returning. So happy to see it. You have many birds that we don't see, and I'm so happy you post them. Hope your wrist is healing and you're doing well.
Such cute friends to have around. :)
What pretty birds. It looks like winter is still in full swing in your corner of the world. Hope you start to see signs of spring soon.
What a lovely sight seeing your birds feeding, they always seem to know where to come and no wonder with all your snow. I just read your posts, sorry to hear you have fallen and fractured your wrist. I hope you are getting well looked after too.Sending my best wishes, keep warm.x
Beautiful photos as always. I been looking through seed catalogs and dreaming of warmer days.
Such gorgeous birds, I'm glad you feed them. It must be so hard for them to get through such a long, unseasonably snowy winter. Blessings, Victoria
It is always such a pleasure to observe the variety of little birds coming in to eat , even in wintertime they are quite numerous ! I have a normal blackbird in my garden, but the not so normal thing about it is that the wings are stained with white. Wonder if it's some crossover ?
I love your feathered friends, such a joy!
Oh how I miss the birds --- I just can't risk bird feeders with 4 outdoor cats! Beautiful beautiful captures!!!! Stay warm!
Even with the cold and the eternal white blanket, time flies. We are so lucky to get these small visitors . There's hope! :) Have a lovely day Debbie, Hugs
birds in the snow, so so pretty, i love that you were able to capture them all in photosstay warm :)
Your feathered chums are adorable Debbie. Hope the snow clears soon for you all.
I hope your wrist is healing well. Suppose it will be a bit before you can start your art again. Lovely to have our feathered friends visit. Especially those pretty cardinals! I always double up on their food on the bitter cold days, I've heard that feeding them towards the evening helps them get through the cold nights. We have warmer weather heading in this weekend and should be warming to the 50's by next week! Looking forward to that and it will be heading your way too! Hugs!
Hi Debbie, hope your wrist is doing better each day. Thanks for the cheery birds. I love them, hugs to you,Diana
Oh my -- everyone looks all bundled up against the cold -- great captures!!! STAY WARM!!! Spring IS coming!
Oh, Debbie, what a beautiful post! You have such a wonderful variety of pretty birds and they look extra pretty against the snowy backdrop. Love the picture of the lamp too - very picturesque! I hope your wrist is healing well?
I love seeing the birds, and your beautiful yard...
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