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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Wordless Wednesdays; Winged Visitors and Some "Buddies"

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  1. I'm always surprised at how beautiful even the most common birds can be!

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    1. I must admit, Mae, Starlings are not my favorite birds. They tend to chase the others away but when the opportunity landed right in front of me, I just had to snap!

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  2. Hi Louise, It is finally Spring! Yeah! Nice photos of the birds and I love your plant, it is growing very nicely. Have a great day and say hello to Marion. Thanks for sharing your Spring photos...Blessings Dottie :)

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    1. Hi Dottie,
      I know the calendar says it is Spring but, it's still a little iffy:) One thing is for sure though, the snow is finally gone from my back yard, lol...

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  3. I loe your pictures Louise hae a nice day!!:)

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  4. Hi Louise, excellent and very impressive pictures. Thanks for sharing.

    Happy Wednesday. Hugs to you.

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    1. Thank you Amelia. I'm so glad you enjoyed them:)

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  5. Good picture of your first buddy! Fun stuff -- and spring is finally coming! :-)

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  6. Hawk! Other birds! Sunshine! You have sunshine and just a touch of green!

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    1. Hawk yes! Starlings, yes, yes...Sunshine? Well, not today Marjie but we're working on it:)

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  7. Hi Louise , love your 'Winged' visitor and some buddies , spring is here and time to do some gardening . Your plant is green with a bloom and ready for spring , just lovely . Are you ready to put your seeds in the ground ??? I put my herbs outside and they took to the spring weather nicely . I see my peppers is peeking though the ground . Now for the large patch of ground , if only I can find hubby where he's hiding ;-D . Thanks so much for sharing ... Nee :) .

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    1. HI Nee,
      You are so funny and very lucky to be able to put your herbs outside. It is still very cold at night here not a good thing for herbs or any new plants for that matter. However, I did plant some seeds in the garden. Unfortunately, those pea seeds I planted a while back still haven't emerged though. What are you planting, or what is hubby planting in that "patch of ground?" Thanks for visiting, Nee...

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  8. oh such beautiful clicks...and that flower looks so pretty...spring is adorable and you have captured that beauty perfectly with your clicks,thanks so much for sharing...Have A Great Day!!! :-)

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    1. So glad you enjoyed the "clicks" Kumar. It was fun sharing...

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  9. Love these shots, Louise - so pretty, all 3 of them!

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  10. Me encantan estas imágenes Louise que felicidad llegó la primavera me gustan los pájaros y las flores,bendiciones,abrazos

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    1. Los pájaros y las flores de primavera cantan para mí Rosita ...

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  11. Hi Louise,
    Lovely photos! And is that your lime plant? It is doing really well, already flowering! My plant as turn "baldy",most of the leaves are eaten up by the larvaes of the butterflies. And boy, can they really eat!! I'm keeping a close watch now!
    Have a great weekend, Louise! Say hi to Marion!

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    1. Thanks, Joyce. There is a rather funny story about that flowering citrus. I'll be posting about it on Sunday:) Marion says HI back!

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  12. Louise , bye snow , see you next year ?! :D I think more birds will visit your garden now that the weather is fine and dandy . Is that a citrus plant , an orange , perhaps ?! 'tis pretty !

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    1. I am patiently waiting for all the birds to return, Anne. Especially the hummingbirds! Yes, that is a citrus plant:)

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  13. A wonderful photo Louise! I am visiting you from a friend's blog and I am now a follower.

    Beth

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    1. Welcome Beth! It's so nice to "see" you. I just popped over to your lovely blog too. Very nice:) Thank you so much for visiting, drop by any time:)

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  14. Hi Louise, is that some citrus plant? looks like it:D lovely photos!

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    1. Hi Jennie,

      Yes, it is a citrus plant. We're just not sure which one, lol...

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  15. did you take the picture of that owl? nice one, louise.

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    1. Thanks Lena:) I think it may be a hawk:)

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  16. How gorgeous is that owl, oh my gosh! Love them :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  17. Dear Louise, Beautiful pictures of the nice weather and the garden. What a distinguished looking visitor. I don't think I have ever seen an owl around here.
    Take care. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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    1. Thank you Catherine. I couldn't believe how he just stood there so majestically so I could take a picture:) I think it may be a Hawk though:) Either way, I have never seen one on Long Island either:)

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  18. The little kitties hanging off the pot plant are so cute!

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    1. Thanks Cakelaw. They are cute. The turtle is pretty "cute" too:)

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  19. Your hawk looks most impressive there. Isn't it wonderful that spring is coming!

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  20. Beautiful photos. Thanks for sharing:)

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  21. I just knew I could depend on you for an awesome egg post this week, Louise! And some stories and recipes I've never heard of....Egg Chowder?? A great read altogether. Always have loved decorating eggs. Never was great at it, but always have fun doing it. More fun when grandkids are around though.
    Made me think of the old movie Egg and I with Claudette Colbert and Fred MacMurray. Hope you've seen it!
    Happy Easter!!

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Through this wide opened gate,
none came too early,
none returned too late.

Thanks for dropping in...Louise

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