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January 10, 2015 § 24 Comments
banquet on the vine
feast for feathered friends
Tagged: banquet, birds, feast, feathered, fine dining, friends, meal, outdoors, winter, winter berries, woods
What a Bacchanalian feast for some wild birds!
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Most of the berries round our way have already been eaten.
….He feeds the sparrows, they toil not, neither do they spin, yet they are fed and clothed…
Lovely photo! I like the red ferries against the vines! Awesome bird feast! Have a super weekend my friend! Hugz Lisa and Bear
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Orange cotoneaster berries disappeared overnight a couple of weeks ago
How lovely! Feast for us too. 🙂
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Love the contrast between the bright red of the berries and the stark gray/brown of the background
Those reds occassionally showing up in winter are precious feasts for the eye.
Yes they are, and I especially love them against a background of snow
A bountiful feast, indeed. 🙂
What a glorious winter feast of blood red berries….wonderfully life affirming in the midst of winters death
The red catches the eye – I’m sure the birds are loving it as well.
and feast for our eyes as well. I love the color red in nature
Love the blaze!
Beautiful! And so wonderfully composed!
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