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From Our Kitchen Window

 

My husband built two new feeders for the birds in the backyard recently.  One is a tray feeder and the other is a pole to hang the cage type feeder and a suet cage.   I wanted to bring the birds closer so that I could capture them at a closer range.  Of course they are taken through the window so that does make a difference to the quality of the shot.

Birds mosaic

Birds are so entertaining and I never get tired of watching them.  I am joining Mary for Mosaic Monday.   See you there.   Hope you have a wonderful week.   Valerie

Comments

Crafty Gardener said…
Backyard visitors are wonderful to watch, and we all love to take photos of them. Great mosaic.
What pretty birds ,I would love to put food out for our birds but unfortunatley the rats also like the bird food ,so until I can find something that doesn;t attract rats I am stuck!
~Sharon~
We love watching the birds! I think even more have flown SOUTH this winter! We have so many in our feeders right now! Great photos! ♥
eileeninmd said…
Wonderful photos, you have mostly the same birds that I see at my feeders. It is nice to take pic's of the birds thru the window, they do not spook as easily.
My feathered friends bring me joy with every visit. I love your photo of the male cardinal. A great mosaic this week Val. Have a wonderful week and take care, Jen.
Hi Val
We had the same thought this week! Feeders close to the house do make for good shots, enjoyed yours. Have you considered framing any yourself?
Judith
Mary said…
Your photos look great taken thru the window! I just looked at your temp on your sidebar....BRRRRR! Your birds appreciate the seed I'm sure :-)
Mary Lou said…
What a beautiful spot and great shots. Great job on the boxes.
Custom Comforts said…
Love your birdies! I love feeding the birds in the winter and seeing them at the feeders.
Cindy
Wonderful pictures! Tha cardinal is gorgeous!
Genie said…
Your collage of the birds feeding at your kitchen window is so beautiful. Different birds, different shots, but the same wonderful quality of your photos. This is such a pretty collage. Great work. I have enjoyed viewing it so much.
Jeri ~ said…
Great pics - LOVE the cardinal! What a nice hubby you have!!
I would love a better tray or platform feeder for the larger birds that the squirrels wouldn't decimate. I love feeding at watching the birds also.
Lovin' your feeders and your pics are so fun-enjoy:@)
EG Wow said…
It must be great fun to watch them at such a short distance!
Bernie said…
How wonderful that your feathered visitors are now closer ... gives you a chance to get some lovely shots. Like these!
Valerie,

I miss seeing the birds near the window. When I used to have the feeders out the kitchen window, I rarely took any pictures. Nice post.

Carol
GrandmaK said…
Oh my how lucky you are to have such beauty just right there! Have a grand week! Cathy
Snap said…
You are going to have so much fun with your new feeders and the beautiful birds!
Jackie said…
Great mosaics, I don't think we get any of those birds here in the UK in our gardens. Thank you for sharing.

I love watching the robin, blue tits and blackbirds from my kitchen window. Jackie in Surrey, UK.
Maggie said…
Hi Valerie,
Joining you today through the magic of Mosaic Monday.
Your bird mosaic is wonderful, I adore redbirds!
Carol said…
What lovely views of such beautiful birds you have! The pictures are fantastic!
Rajesh said…
View out of your kitchen window is beautiful.
♥-Icy BC-♥ said…
They are still very wonderful to see..Love your shots!
Mary said…
They are always such a source of color and delight in our snowy season! And how wonderful to have a handy husband! :)
Sheila said…
Beautiful birds and a lovely mosaic - thanks for stopping by to say hello...
Georgianna said…
Hi Valerie! I love your feeders! Our birds are also precious and entertaining visitors. When they are putting on a show, work stops around here. Have a wonderful week! – g
DoanLegacy said…
Beautiful mosaic! I love looking at cardinals and blue jays in the winter since their colors are just so vivid!
I also enjoy watching the birds at our feeders. You get a very nice variety! Wonderful photos!

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