Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitude

It’s such dull weather at the moment that I have had a look back through my photos to last Spring and I found Jenny!!

And this week’s challenge is ‘Solitude’….Wrens are mostly on their own….well this one is!

Look……

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That’s All!

See Ya xx

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Admiration

I would like to register my Admiration for Britain’s second smallest bird…..

The Wren!

Aka ‘Troglodytes troglodytes’ (so good they named them twice!)

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This little chap was singing his heart out….as you will see in the next picture!

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They are actually quite noisy even though they are so small!

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7.30am and there’s no stopping him!

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Yes…I think he’s posing!

For more photos to admire, click on the link at the top of the page!

That’s All!

See Ya xx

Macro Monday

 I looked up ‘macro’ and it said “the lens has a macro setting for shooting big close-ups”! A statement which I rather liked!

I already knew what ‘Monday’ meant!

So today’s big close up…..

 I present the 2nd smallest bird in the UK….

I see wrens quite a lot but they are too fast to capture. Today, however, I caught one on camera by displaying some stealth and cunning! Once I had located Wrenata Wren, I took out my trusty iPhone, found my 'birds of Britain' app and played the song of the wren from it. Lo and behold…..Wrenato popped out onto the branch to take a long look at me…then she flew off but repeated the popping out several times!

I see wrens quite a lot but they are too fast to photograph. Today, however, I caught one on camera by displaying some stealth and cunning! Once I had located Wrenata Wren, I took out my trusty iPhone, found my ‘birds of Britain’ app and played the song of the wren from it. Lo and behold…..Wrenata popped out onto the branch to take a long look at me…then she flew off but repeated the popping out several times! 

I am very excited to actually catch a wren on camera mmmmmmm 🙂

That’s All!

See Ya xx