Saturday

American Robin Strikes a Pose

No matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow.  
~Proverb
 

27 comments:

Tommye said...

Hi Kerri,

I've just award you the "Sunshine Blog Award".

http://stitchingandbeading.blogspot.com

No pressure, just want you to know how much I love your blog and think others will too.

Tommye

JD and Max said...

Oh, how we also hope that spring gets here soon! We feel like it's been winter forever. Beautiful capture :)

Barb said...

The Robin is so handsome, but the tree is a beauty, too. I love all the muted green colors!

eileeninmd said...

Awesome shot of the Robin, Kerri!

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Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I sat and just enjoyed the beauty of this picture.Thank-you for making my day brighter.
Blessings,Ruth

onangelwings said...

Nice color on that bird. Love the title...we need signs of Spring here.

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Laura Hegfield said...

such a brilliantly red belly!

Happyone :-) said...

I love all your bird pictures. You bring out the beauty in them with such clear photos for all of us to see!!

imac said...

Wonderful Kerri, love the colour of the bird also the tree branches.

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

What a nice capture, so clear & pretty!

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous shot!

Please come and find out if Champ & Chelsea get along. Happy weekend!

Jayne said...

Just saw a male and female out in the yard together. Ah, the rituals of spring... He's beautiful Kerri!

alwaysbcmom.com said...

Lovely photo. It does give us hope that spring isn't far off.

Faerie Moon Creations said...

Gorgeous bird. We've had the most horrible weather today - torrential rain and high winds. There's no sweet birdies in sight today. :( But this little guy made me smile...brighter days are ahead!

Mimi said...

Lovely picture, Kerri.
Your robins seem to be much bigger than ours.

Catherine said...

I hope I see a Robin soon too ~ then I will know spring is here for sure. Thanks for sharing your photo! :)

Stacey Dawn at "Addicted to The Click" said...

Fabulous shot of that robin! Wow - looks like s/he was waiting there just for you!

A New England Life said...

Hey! I think that Robin was just over on my blog! LOL!

I've seen plenty of them around but have yet to hear one sing. They're making that chirp sound but not much else. It won't be long. Do you have Peepers yet? We usually hear them around the 1st of April. I can't wait!

Rick said...

I saw one about a month ago now - too bad it was in Port Charlotte, Fla (where they over-wintered); hopefully we'll see them soon here! Lovely shot.

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Hilary said...

That makes it official. Great shot. To me, hearing the red-winged blackbirds is the real deal. I heard the first one yesterday.

Adrienne in Ohio said...

Beautiful shot, Kerri! The exposure is perfect. We have been enjoying the robins, too. It was warm enough to work a bit outside this week. The snow had melted, so I finally had access to the Christmas lights on the trees and bushes. I removed them while listening to the robins sing their songs.

Iowa Gardening Woman said...

Beautiful beautiful robin photo, love all your bird shots, great work.

CG said...

I cannot believe how different American robins are from our UK ones! Spring is on its way here too, I hope.

CG said...

I cannot believe how different American robins are from our UK ones! Spring is on its way here too, I hope.

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