Saturday

Robin Though the Window


What we see depends mainly on what we look for.
John Lubbock 

This was taken through the glass window in my dining area - so it's a bit distorted. I was so happy to see this guy in the tree in my backyard. He brings a bit of color to the gray days.

33 comments:

Faerie Moon Creations said...

How adorable! I do indeed hope he is a sign of spring! :) Theresa

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful shot of the robin, Kerri!

Kathy said...

The color of the buds compliment his orange breast. It's like he picked that particularly branch because he knows how he good he looks!

Snap said...

Isn't he gorgeous! Robins and Spring should go together. We will hope!

JC said...

Nice. I've taken pics through my window too ...

i beati said...

I have not seen one single robin..Where are they hiding??They used to pack their little suitcases and come to Fla..ha

myponderings said...

He has beautiful, dramatic coloring. Lovely shot.

Coy said...

A sure sign that spring is on the way!! Have a great weekend Kerri.

Barb said...

Dear Kerri, You must have VERY clean windows! Surely he is a harbinger of spring.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

A Robin is perhaps the best sight in early spring.this one is beautiful.
BLessings,Ruth

Chris said...

Through the window.. I do not see that much of distortion, it is splendid but I'm not sure this is a sign of spring!!
Here we have winter with a lot of snow!

Happyone :-) said...

Lovely sign of spring. I was surprised to see robins around my house weeks ago.
Looks like buds on the trees already.

alwaysbcmom.com said...

Lovely shot. That orange is really nice to see.

Andrée said...

Maybe I am accustomed to birds photographed thru windows that I don't see any distortion. And I think this is the best robin photo I have seen in ages.

Mimi said...

Beautiful robin, Kerri. His orange tummy is echoed in the tips of the buds. You've got some fantastic colours here.

June said...

Looks good to me! I saw hundreds of Robins while in Gainesville last week.

Carletta said...

You've spotted a robin! How wonderful and what a beautiful shot!
My Mom lives an hour away and saw a yard full on Monday. I've yet to spot one but then I have five inches of new snow. :)

Rick de Zoete said...

Beautiful colour - very nice capture! The only robins I've seen so far this year were in Port Charlotte, FLA a few weeks ago. It'll be at least 5-6 more weeks before they're here.

Cindy said...

Love to see the robins come back in spring. This is a lovely picture. Don't know if he brought spring with him or not :)

Phyllis said...

Spring isn't far away...my daffodils have buds on them and the cardinals are singing their little hearts out!

Thanks for the compliment on my little netbook case :)

Appalachian Lady said...

I've been seeing robins for awhile but the weather (in the 30s) doesn't make me think of spring yet.

Love the photo--you have very clean windows!

Sandy said...

Just beautiful!

Marcie said...

Yes..nothing like that first robin redbreast to remind us of spring coming.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I hope the robins are heading northward. ;-) Tomorrow is the first of March so I have my eyes peeled.

John Roberts said...

I saw my first robins last Thursday - hope that spring is coming.

Great color in this one!

Patrina said...

He's so beautiful!! We have a pair that has arrived a couple of week ago too. I was so pleased to see them...:)

Patrina <")>><

The Early Birder said...

Gorgeous colourful Robin. FAB.

W. Latane Barton said...

robins... a sign of spring for sure.

Regina said...

Pretty and amazing!

Becky and Gary said...

I can hardly wait to see these guys. What a pretty picture Kerri.
B.

JRandSue said...

Prize winner,great image.
Works great with snow.
John.

cindyzlogic said...

WOW!!...again, what vibrant color! Love your Robin pic!!

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