"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


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 :)