Flock of Winter Robins

Flock of Robin's. Rresidental backyard. @Townsend P. Dickinson. All Rights Reserved.

Flock of winter robin’s in residential backyard. @Townsend P. Dickinson. All Rights Reserved.

We woke up yesterday to views of a winter wonderland out every window, brought to us by an overnight snow fall of over five inches. The snow sat piled on top of every branch and tree, and it was glorious! This most likely will be the last snow storm this winter, but you never really know. We took advantage of winter spectacle by exploring the scene in every direction. A large flock of robins flew by, we counted at least 35 at one time but surely there were more. They were busy looking for food, and talking and then whoosh, they take off up into the trees. They had an agenda, we were not part of it, but it made for a nice show. Today is a different story, sunny and 50 plus degrees out! We’ve got a cluster of daffodil leaves already 3 inches out of the ground, un-phased by the now gone snow. Go figure!

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Welcome to the Kymry Blog. In this blog we will be showcasing photography by several different photographers with a Look in time from 1925 to the present. Share some Business & Technology of Photography. Including adventures in the birding world and many other interesting insights and observations along the way.
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