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A Tiny Drink

A Pine Siskin and it’s reflection having a drink at the birdbath


Photograph - Skunks, Daffodils and a Birdbath

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Early Bird.”
“For this week’s photo challenge, get up early and explore the morning light.”

“Symplocarpus foetidus, commonly known as skunk cabbage or eastern skunk cabbage (also swamp cabbage, clumpfoot cabbage, or meadow cabbage, foetid pothos or polecat weed), is a low growing, foul-smelling plant that grows in wetlands of eastern North America.” ~ Wikipedia…

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N is for Nice Habitat on Thirsty Thursday

This old squirrel is struggling to match a ‘N’ Blogging A to Z Challenge post with his regular Thirsty Thursday column. Ol’ Wally here has searched around, but he doesn’t seem to have ever seen a newt at our backyard ponds, just a Northern Cardinal. 82 more words

Backyard Habitat

Outdoor living kitchen decor spa treatment

You are now ready to enjoy an evening and what a better way to do this with a nice fire and a glass of wine.


Spring has sprung!

The patio doors are open, I can hear children playing and the sound of a garden strimmer, I should be happy.

However the strimmer is in our garden and its my wife strimming round the borders and fences before she starts the mower and attacks the grass, I was sat at the open patio doors but I just get upset that I can’t do anything to help, the grass is about 90′ x 40′ and its a lot of work for my wife. 350 more words

A Quiet Day

Today is quiet

The birds are bathing in the puddles

It’s a misty rain

A foggy haze

With trees branches blazing


It’s peaceful

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8th April 2015

Help! I was filling up the birdbath and I fell in. Get me out before the magpies legonap me. :-(