Wednesday, October 08, 2008














I finally had my camera in reach when the daily bathing show began in the late evening on Monday. The first two photo were taken through the glass of the back door. Then with all my Indian ancestry stealth, I slowly moved out of the kitchen into the garage and took photo through the open door that goes out onto the porch.
I always try to be in the kitchen during the late evening so I can watch their antics. If Mimi is in the back I let her know the Blue bird show has begun. Of course as you can tell the gold finch and chickadee try to get into the show.
The kitty justice is that I get to share a little of our daily afternoon joy with you.

















8 comments:

Changes in the wind said...

Only the kind care for the little birds:) I love the pictures.....

Lilli & Nevada said...

What a great capture you got there, and i also love the view. I just love to watch birds bathe.

Merle said...

Dear Dianne ~~ Great photos - you did very well. The birds must feel at home
and comfortable. I love to watch them too
I am so glad you got some good rain, that
we all seem to need desperately. It was much warmer today here and my garden is doing well and the little dogs don't go on it. Take great care, my friend..
Love, Merle.

Lady Di Tn said...

changes
Thank you. Peace

Lilli
Our little birdbath is so small that after a few have had a bath, I have to sneak out and refill it with water. Thanks and Peace

Merle
Birds are calming to watch. They said we had not gotten that much rain in 6 months. Glad to hear your little garden did not suffer from the cold snap. Peace

Marcel said...

I not only like the seeing the birds but the fall colors are great!

To answer your question I’d guess there will be no cars most days on that road and someday’s maybe up to 10.

Lady Di Tn said...

Marcel
Thanks.
That road was a nasty joke on the taxpayers.
Peace

Jeanette said...

Hi Lady Di, Lovely pictures of the birds at play. and just love the colourful background...

Lady Di Tn said...

Jen
Thanks. We are not at peak color yet as we still have lots of green on the trees. Peace