Our Garden@19. A garden blog following the year, preparing to open for the NGS, while enjoying visiting gardens, the beauty of nature, the plants, the wildlife and a sanctuary to relax in.
Found you! via Anna. Robins in the garden add so much to our enjoyment of it. I have one who sits patiently waiting for grubs, inches from my fork. With the sweetest serenade from the nearest branch after he has found one.
I noticed for the first time, the other day on your blog, a robin sat on one of the rusty ducks.I know wild life cause you both pain and pleasure!
Found you via Anna too. Lovely pictures, the Robins are never far away especially at this time of the year. I presently have a regular and an interloper who is intent on taking over the patch. It gets quite vicious at times.
They have always been a Gardener,s Friend, but as you say not very friendly to each other.
Welcome to the friendly garden blogging community, Brian :) ps ditto re Anna!
Thank you Cathy.
We have blackbirds watching us almost all year round! Love the photos. And good luck with the NGS ventrue next year!
Thanks Cathy, Your November vase looks good.
Absolutely beautiful, Brian. Thank you so much for sharing, and warm greetings from Montreal, Canada.
Thank you for the warm greetings. Is the weather also warm in Canada?
Another bump from Anna, Brian and a welcome into the blogging communiity :-)What brilliant captures of the robin following you around. I know how tricky they are to take quickly getting that twinkle of light in the eye that makes them come alive in a photo. I'm thinking you've got a creative eye in your garden as well as behind a camera and as you have made it in to the yellow book others are thinking you have a special garden. I look forward to seeing more and will add you to my blog list right now :-)
Thanks Shirley. Anyone interested in garden birds should certainly visit your blog.
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