Warm winter. Plump birds.
Loads of holly berries left.
They look very juicy. Great haiku, Sarah. 🙂
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They do look juicy. It shows how stuffed with other food the birds are, or that tree would be stripped bare of berries by now.
Lucky birds. Nice Haiku.
Thank you 🙂
And just goes to show how warm its been. Although my fat balls, so to speak, are still popular with my robin and friends, but then they are year round. Oh for some proper frost though… Lovely to see you finding your usual beautiful photos dearest Sarah 🙂 xxxx
That photograph was taken standing on the bench outside my kitchen door! I love frosty weather, apart from scraping my car window. Although today is wonderful where I am — no frost, but a blue sky and a northwesterly breeze. Perfect 🙂 Hope you’re having a calm and happy week, Sherri xxxx
PS Emailing will happen, when I surface from some complicated technical stuff … will explain. Almost there.
Not too bad this week thanks Sarah. Look forward to you surfacing meaning you’ve sorted your complicated technical stuff. Big hugs 🙂 xxxx
I surfaced. Email sent. Big hugs to you, too 🙂 xxxx
And they look so tasty! But it’s good that the birds have had a good choice this year.
The birds certainly have been spoiled for choice, but maybe there’s still time for frost and snow, so those berries could yet save the day.
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