I love, love, love the birdies!! I have 3 bird feeder's already at our new place....just to be ready :)You post the prettiest snapsSteady OnReggie Girl
What a beautiful shots. I love the first photo. The bird looks so adorable.Tess(life is beautiful)
Great shots ... I had to hunt for the water, but you framed it nicely.
Both are great shots but I love the birdie!
Impressive photos Anne, the one with the robin and the water droplets is awesome and the one with the frogs is smashing. I enlarged both to get the best effect.
Wonderful shots. I especially love the robin. Love the rain drops on the twigs.
Must be exciting to check if the frogs show this time. :) Beautiful posts.
What a sweet picture of the bird setting on the branch. I bet he is hoping for an early spring. =) Hope you have a wonderful week.
Great photos! I think that some of our toad visitors must have arrived in our tiny pond, because our 3 cats keep sitting at the side of it, gazing into the water!
Great shots. I almost missed those frogs in the water.
I love the expression on the robin's face.
Pretty bird -- and wow, that second shot certainly is busy! I enlarged it to see all the detail.
I am so looking forward to the spring and all the yard critters..Lovely photos for WW
lovely image of that bird, love the wee drops of water and splashes of pink.
I like all the drips, and the lumps of slush in the trees (former snow)!! How I wish we were at that stage of the winter, but no such luck. I will just have to enjoy yours.
That top shot with the water droplets hanging on the branches is super. Great shot for WW.
I have to admit, I have never met a newt! But I do get plenty of frogs around here, clinging to the window screens for dear life.:)Tink *~*~*NEW at My Mobile Adventures *~*~* : La Luna Obscura
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