Woods Country Cove

Love Of Nature, Photography, Gardening And Country Valley Living

Saturday, February 7, 2015

Mild With Overcast Sky’s !

 

So far this morning the weather has been overcast and temps are mild and no winds and the  dripping of snow is accruing  , quite nice out really . I put a load of laundry in then went for a walk with my Miggs  it was so nice and peaceful . When we got home I noticed the critters and birds were taking advantage of the mild temps and out and about playing and feasting at the feeders .  I got my camera as usual lol  and was comfortable with out freezing for a change took some photos and  was enjoying the antics of birds and squirrels .

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                                           Mrs Cardinal was playing with me in and out of the branches !

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                                     Then she decided to get brave and come down to feed with me there !

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                               Mr Blue jay and little Junco decided to join in on the fun and strike a pose for me with her !

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Speedy the squirrel was climbing and jumping all over the crab apple tree grabbing berries every now and then as Miggs watched from below !

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                                                                     Then Charlie came in for a nibble or two !

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                                                             Then Mr Downy showed up on the other suet !

                    WOW ! busy back yard today  as they all take advantage of the mild temps  , just the way I like it to and with lots of birds , critters and my Miggs .

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                                 Even George the Crow got into the action from the tree tops squawking at us !

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Looks like the sun may peek out from the over cast sky as it is beginning to brighten up ever now and then !

Last night I saw the garden lights shining from under the snow so of course I had to see what they would look like when photographed cause that's who I am lol .

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I think it looks pretty cool seeing light coming from under the snow , don't see that to often now do you ? lol !

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                                          One under and one above different sights to capture are always fun !

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                                     This one is deeper then the rest  but you can just see the light under the snow .

                                                  Just puttering and enjoying the day today  inside and out !

                                                                                 Until next time !

                                                                        Country Gal

10 comments:

Gill - That British Woman said...

your photos do make me miss our own part of the countryside and all the wildlife.

Have a good weekend,

Gill

Linda aka Crafty Gardener said...

The light photos are fascinating. We are getting snow today, quite a bit of it will settle before it stops sometime tomorrow. The feeders have been busy this morning and I've just gone out and brushed the snow off lots of them.

Margaret Adamson said...

Lovely variety of critters for this meme today. Many thanks. Have a great weekend.

Debbie Bosworth said...

Love popping by to see your beautiful country cove!

TexWisGirl said...

nice to get a bit of a warm-up.

Linda Kay said...

I love the red on the woodpeckers, that little tuft on the top. What a great series of the lights in the snow, especially the one completely under.

William Kendall said...

The woodpecker is amazingly colourful!

Primitive Stars said...

Love those birds, always enjoy the pictures you take.Blessings Francine.

Jane and Chris said...

Holy moly!! Charlie's head is bright!
The lights under the snow are cooool.
Chilly for us tomorrow,after today's 'mild' weather.
Jane x

DeniseinVA said...

Such a pretty selection of garden visitors.