Waxwing

Waxwing
"To see a world in a grain of sand,
And a heaven in a wild flower,
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand
And eternity in an hour."

From "Auguries of Innocence"

by William Blake

Monday, 23 December 2013

Happy Christmas




12 comments:

Dean Stables said...

Happy Christmas to you too, Caroline, & all the best for the new year.

Countryside Tales said...

Happy Christmas to you too :-)

Dartford Warbler said...

Happy Christmas to you and yours!

That`s a beautiful snowy scene.

Ragged Robin said...

Dean Stables - Many thanks :)

Countryside Tales - Thank you :)

Dartford Warbler - Thanks :)

Have a great time everyone and here's hoping for a wildlife-filled 2014 :)

Pete Duxon said...

Happy Christmas. Hope you have a good one

Ragged Robin said...

Pete Duxon - Many thanks Pete. Hope you have a lovely time :)

Toffeeapple said...

Cariline, have a truly peaceful Christmas and a good New Year.

Nice to see Dean is still about!

Ragged Robin said...

Toffeeapple - Thanks so much. Hope you have a lovely peaceful Christmas too :)

Yes, its great news Dean is blogging again - have you visited his blog yet? - well worth it :)

Chris Rohrer said...

Hey Caroline!!! Sorry I'm late but I hope you had a wonderful holiday and the best new year. Big hugs! Chris

Ragged Robin said...

Chris Rohrer - Hi Chris Thanks so much for your good wishes. Am having a great time thanks :) Hope you are having a wonderful time too and enjoying the break :) Big hugs returned :) xx

Bovey Belle said...

Late on parade, but hoping you have been enjoying Christmas. What a lovely photo that is. No snow here, but the occasional hailstones by way of variety.

The seed feeders have about 25 birds coming to each of them - more sparrows on one (who are foraging underneath for chucked-out "boring" seed) and the other is a mixture of Blue and Great Tits, Chaffinches and some Dunnocks. Lovely to watch.

Ragged Robin said...

Bovey Belle - Thanks so much :) Glad you liked the photo - it was taken a few years ago though at a local Nature Reserve - Ladywalk which we sometimes visit. We went on my birthday and it was like a Winter Wonderland covered in hoar frost :)

Glad to hear your feeders are so busy :) Ours are getting busier now the weather is colder. We had a grey heron by the pond yesterday which made my Christmas Day :)