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what a perfect shot! I love the head-on shots of birds, and this guy looks especially curious.
Fantastic... i think he is just wondering what the hell you are doing behind this black box doing like click-click-click!! A curious bird for a beautiful picture!
Ha! I love this shot!
What a magnificent little beauty, love it's expressive face and you just wonder what must it have been thinking. Great post~
Hi Johnny Nutcase, Chris, Jen & Mary.Thanks for all your comments. I guess he/she is thinking "well what titbits have you got for me today?".
Such a cutie!!!
He does look like he's ready to ask a question...or has asked it and is waiting for an answer.A lovely capture!
Your robin certainly is curious about what you are doing. Very nice close-up!
Your robin certainly does appear curious. Very nice close-up!
Eve. He certainly is.Kerri. I think he wants to know if there will be anything different for dinner or is it always biscuit crumbs!Coy. I'm sure they are not the only curious species but they just like to let you know it!
Lovely shot Frank; caught in a typical pose. These little birds have a character all their own don't they.
Cheers Keith. It certainly wouldn't be the same without them around.
......Absolutely magnificient...! That's the way I love this little beautiful bird....he or she is so interested in what he or she is seeing and hearing.....GORGEOUS!!!....Your Robins don't seem to be very shy......in our woods they are very shy....they come close to the house but wouldn't ever dare to sit close to a window; perhaps our "Musketeers" are the reason of this shyness.....!?They move so quickly and it is very difficult to take pics of them...!thanks so much for coming back and visit my tuscany, I appreciate it very much!!Have a wonderful sunday!!ciao ciao elvira
Hi Elvira. I am certain that the presence of any of the Three Musketeers would probably put your Robin on his guard. While gardening he will often comes and stands very close to me in the hope that I have unearthed a morsel!Have a good week. ciao FAB.
Hi Frank. Just came across these robin shots and wanted to say how much I enjoyed them. Great shots, great work. They're all fab, but image two is, I think, rather special. – Tim
Thanks very much Tim. I enjoy watching its antics and occasionally I just happen to be in the right place at the right time.
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