Sunday, July 22, 2012

My Breakfast Companion

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15 comments:

Granny Annie said...

Absolutely love this photograph. How did you even realize you had a breakfast companion? Great camouflage.

Pat said...

Granny Annie: treating myself to breakfst in bed and half watching the Andrew Marr show I could see him through the open French windows - preening himself and being far more watchable than Andrew I'm afraid.

OldLady Of The Hills said...

Oh...Isn't he dear...! Great picture, my dear. And such a lovly Breakfast Companion...!

Pat said...

Naomi: I know I should have a better camera but this one suits me.

john.g. said...

A lovely Song Thrush!

angryparsnip said...

Lovely !
Lovely photo.
And I am swooning not over the fact your sitting in bed, having breakfast but most of all looking outside through open French windows. I treat I am not allowed as open doors and windows where I live means all sorts of critters one does not want can come in. Scorpions are #1.

cheers, parsnip

Pat said...

John: he was too busy preening to sing:)

Parsnip: I do enjoy hearing more about where you live. I never open windows or doors with the light on. Then the critters would take over. But no scorpions to my knowledge.

kenju said...

Great photo!! I might blow that one up and frame it.

Pat said...

Judy: gosh - I'm honoured:)

Mike and Ann said...

Lovely photo of a young thrush, Pat. They are becoming scarce in our area.
You're very fortunate.

Pat said...

Mike and Ann: we rarely see them now.

GYPSYWOMAN said...

how wonderful!

Pat said...

Gypst::)

Nea said...

Song thrushes, yes please.
Fieldfare, no thank you! There' s a very good reason for their Latin name of "turdus" and our dog discovered why last Friday when one hit her three times: ear, head and back. It looked very deliberate on the fieldfare's part. Poor doggy had to put up with shampoo on top of it all and a shower when we got her home.

Pat said...

Nea: I had to google fieldfare. Who knew? Poor doggy indeed!