Just Simple Things

Breakfast In The Rain

As I looked outside this morning I saw a beautiful robin enjoying breakfast in the rain.

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37 Replies to “Breakfast In The Rain”

  1. Beautiful pics, Sis! I never see robins around here. I caught sight of two in Glouster while on vacation. Love them ❤

  2. A beautiful bird, Indeed, Mags! And they go about their peaceful business rain or shine. Many hugs from Dylan and me, and all the creatures around the salt marsh.

  3. Some really great shots here. Rain brings out the best worms and bugs.

    1. Yes, it did. I was standing at the sliding glass doors and it was about 6 feet from me. It would eat and look at me, eat and look at me so I got some fairly good shots of it. Thank you.

  4. Such a great shot. What lens were you using for such a great close-up? I love Robins, they give me hope each spring after the long winter.

    1. No special lens, just zoomed in with the lens on the camera and snapped…I was at the door about 6 feet from the bird and I have a nice little camera that does the work. I love robins too and have lots at my place. I really enjoy watching them and their little ones in the spring.

  5. Ah sweet Mag… You really take beautiful photographs of your little feathered friend. The Robin is always the first bird I look for to tell me that Spring has arrives each spring.
    Stay cool. Smiles & hugs,
    Julia

  6. What a wonderful series of photos Maggie! and the Robin seemed very happy to pose for you!!
    We are waiting for rain here as we have a “Bermuda High” that has brought in heat & humidity! YUCK!!! I REALLY AM a Winter girl…..
    (((hugs))) Sherri-Ellen & **nose kissesss** Siddhartha Henry xxx

    1. Thank you. Yes, it was it would eat and then pose, eat and then pose. 🙂 I hope you have had some rain by now. We have had more than usual this spring but the days that we don’t have rain it is hot and humid here too. I am a fall and spring girl, getting too old for the cold and hate humidity in the summer. Hugs

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