two birds looking at the wintry sun

And another sitting in the blue
at 10
2015 12 08 two birds  looking at the sunDSCN1840.jpg sig at 10

2015 12 08 another one sitting in the blue DSCN1850.jpg sig
today
Gill McGrath© December 8

Eye Spy

Chris has just added this nice little rhyme in the comments below to go with the photos……..

Two birds looking at the wintry sun
One is old and the other is young
Another one sitting in the wintry blue,
Don’t you wish it could be you?

I asked Chris if I could place it up here and he said Yes! Thanks again Chris! Hurray!
Press the link to see his latest post about another way to look at maps ~ maybe upside down! or with a side on look~
https://calmgrove.wordpress.com/2015/12/08/westward/

13 thoughts on “two birds looking at the wintry sun

    1. thanks Laura! I was leaping around by the back door and the postman came round with a parcel so had to stop.The sun ‘s first peep looked interesting and had gone by the time I had ripped open the parcel so was surprised I had got anything when I downloaded the bits I had taken! The birds were playing about!xxxxx

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  1. Is one named Peter and the other one Paul? Your post title sounds like it could be another nursery rhyme:
    Two birds looking at the wintry sun
    One is old and the other one young;
    Another one sitting in the wintry blue,
    Don’t you wish it could be you?

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  2. I love that first photo, Gill, with the multi-colored background and the silhouetted tiny little buds, and of course the lovely birds. Enjoyed Chris’ ditty and his map-reading post as well. Thank you! 😀

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