Monday

Catching Snowflakes

There's no point in being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes.
-- Dr. Who

 I have a tendency to Humanize my bird friends .  Doesn't this little Carolina Wren look like he's trying to catch snowflakes in his beak ..... like we use to do when we were kids..... like some of us still do :)
 

20 comments:

Michel Rondeau said...

Lucky you,
I envy you.
Take care of the little birdy!

TexWisGirl said...

so cute! definitely!

Barb said...

Or - he could be complaining about the cold!

ClickNCamera said...

He's adorable! Wonderful shot in every way...enjoy your day!

Country Girl said...

Yes. He does. Or she does. I don't think you can tell the wrens apart ~

Madge Bloom said...

It's required isn't it? Catching snowflakes??

Patrina's Pencil said...

yes he does! and such a cute shot. I love the wrens... so nice to see him here today. thanks for sharing

TheChieftess said...

Love this!!! And I love the quote!!!

Diane Cayton-Hakey said...

I just like how 'round' he is... LOL

Karen said...

Oh cute!

Muffy's Marks said...

He is a cute little bugger, catching his snowflakes!!!

Valerie said...

Definitely a cute one there Kerri! Well captured. Thanks for sharing.

Mary said...

Yes, it does and so cute :-) I always humanize my bird friends, too. They just seem to have personalities at times. Squirrels, too :-)

Happyone said...

Oh he is so cute! A great saying!!!

Julie Hargreaves said...

Great photos

Brian King said...

It does look like he's trying to catch snowflakes! Great photo!

Mimi said...

Yay, I love to catch snowflakes!

Catherine said...

February snowflakes have the best taste. ;)
xo Catherine

Cindy said...

So pretty. I've been trying to get a good shot of one of these for the past week. They will not sit still for me or they hide in the bush. Very stubborn little things.

Steve Borichevsky said...

I have two Carolina Wrens in our yard, but I've only see them very infrequently. I do hear their chatter. It's pleasant knowing that they are there.

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