Sunday, 29 September 2013

Queuing up to visit my garden............................................... through the hole

These images were taken within a few minutes of each other... the only reason I can think of that the birds are all using the hole in my fence to come and go so much is that we trimmed the bushes (slightly) next to it.

Dunnock

Blackbird

House Sparrow (trying to look tall)

Robin

It's another lovely sunny afternoon which does help me through the boredom of my day.
I can only do so much feet up and resting... before I feel like crawling up the wall.
Even my garden is becoming very claustrophobic..
  ...it's back to the doctors on Tuesday.

11 comments:

Sandra said...

glad your weather is giving you happy times and very glad to see you use the photo in the header that is one of my most favorite of all your photos. I love it

Kay L. Davies said...

I can't quite understand the attraction of a hole in a fence, unless to the birds it means something wonderful awaits on the other side, but it sure is a therapeutic treat for you during enforced resting. I hope the doctor has good news for you on Tuesday..."Now you can walk around but don't carry anything heavier than a camera."
K

Genie Robinson said...

They are definitely queuing up at your place. Was happy yo see the robin again. Such a pretty one. How they seem to like that hole in the fence. genie

TexWisGirl said...

i like your weekend line-up. at least they're coming to keep you company. :)

Mary Howell Cromer said...

How funny and sweet all at the same time. I love it. Happy week~

Jocee said...

That is so cute. Maybe they feel safe looking through the hole before they enter. :-)

Carole M. said...

enjoy those beautiful birds that visit you - your photos of them are super

Stephanie said...

Nice that different birds are popping into that little hole in your fence.

Bob Bushell said...

The HOLE is working again, hip hip hooray.

Margaret Adamson said...

Hi Andrew Just think if the hole was NOT there, you would be really bored. I love the hole and birds that pop through it. Well captured.

Pantherka said...

Your photos are great Andrew and visitors too.
Greetings.