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I am getting better at just enjoying being there with them. I do try to whip out the camera and have it ready, it just never seems to “happen” .. I’ll get better =^_^=

it pleases me to see them using the “tables” I put out for them. the frog is an S hook that is holding another feeder.

The Nikon is bigger than my Canon, I’m still learning how to hold it, and work the “buttons” etc. It has a greater telescopic capacity than my Canon, & they handle very differently. My fingers get really cold, I’ll get better with time. Meanwhile, I am enjoying being out in the fresh air, and sharing time and space with the woodland community. They are each so different in how they “dine”… I’m surprised by the “calm” nature of the woodpecker… It seems that nothing ruffles his/her feathers.. its been very interesting, watching the dynamics that play out.

View your difficulties as a chance to make rapid progress. You grow by overcoming the obstacles in front of you, one by one. Look at your problems as opportunities for growth and make the best of your situation.

Perfect Liberty 2014.9


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Comments on: "visitors" (12)

  1. Wonderful and mutually beneficial. šŸ™‚ Love the frog!

  2. The first one looks like a downy woodpecker, and I recognize the blue jay, as we have many of them visiting the feed doors in our yard. Great shots. Good luck figuring out the camera. For those cold fingers, you might want to look into bicycle gloves. I bought a pair that are warm enough, but think enough that I can handle most operations on my camera (but mine is a Cannon Point & Shoot).

  3. China, you’ve captured the essence of the season with these beautiful bird photos.
    LOL, I wonder what they thought the first time the saw the frog. šŸ˜€ Hugs on the wing!

    • lol. I’m learning that the birds know when there is food out.. the frog is holding a feeder with lots of delicious seeds.. Didn’t take them long to simply accept and ignore him.. however, I like the colourful way it shows up in the gray of an overcast winter day. Sends a happy wave across the miles to you..

  4. Lovely! And that S-hook froggie is really cute! I love frogs! šŸ™‚

    • Hi there, hesitated at first at putting the frog out.. but it is useful to hang a feeder when I’m too short to get at a sturdy branch.. Now I like the bit of colour it adds =^_^+

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