I thought the last post might show her... um... getting rid of the berry...lolol. Great shots Sherry! ;c)
My dogwood is full of red berries, and its red leaves are dropping to cover the green hedge beneath it. I always have to pause when I'm by the window which looks out over the dogwood. You can't take such beauty for granted.And the robins know not to pass the berries by!ICQB
Beautiful pics. I can't wait to see them in Friday's photostory.
Exquisite. I'm jealous. Hugs,Mary
Isn't it amazing that these small throats can accept those big berries??
Dear Jayne,LOL!! I have been watching the Robins in the Dogwood and enjoying them so much. So far they have taken their elimination elsewhere.Sherry
Dear ICQB,The dogwoods are lovely trees. I have two that I have grown from tiny little saplings. Watching them become mature trees has been one of the many joys of living in the same garden for over thirty years. I am also delighted by the birds that nest in the branches and those that feed on the berries. Sherry
Dear Wendy,LOL!!!You are on to me!Sherry
Dear Mary,Thanks. I took a few more pictures of the Robins today eating Dogwood berries. The lighting was different today. I love that about nature, each day is a wee bit different.Sherry
Dear Lisa,It is amazing. I watched the Blue Jays eat their peanuts and thought the same thing.Sherry
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