While binge-watching The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, I had to hit the pause button when I glanced out the window and discovered these two Red-bellied woodpeckers hanging out.  Thankfully these two polite guests, who never visit together, were kind enough to wait while I ran through the house, grabbed my camera and hurried out the door for a few photos.

32 Replies to “Had To Hit The Pause Button”

  1. Very obliging of those woodpeckers. I haven’t watched “Mrs. Maisel” yet. Looks interesting, though, and since you were binge watching, you must have thought it was good.

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  2. I took my camera outside with me yesterday for a little walk around our land. I was hoping to find some pretty winter birds to photograph. Nothing. Not a peep or an animal in sight. You could hear an drop it was so still! 😀

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    1. Thank you and in the blink of an eye the birds disappeared and the fantastic first season of Mrs. Maisel is over. There should be a rule that there has to be at least twelve episodes in a season. I hope your weekend is more enjoyable than the beginning of my first football game.🙂


  3. Fantastic to capture this pair on the tree, as they search for some food. And how picturesque to have the tree decorated with snow, too. What a find. How lovely to have this beautiful scene right outside your window. Enjoyed these photos a lot, ACI.

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    1. Thank you!🙂 After our bout of rain last week, the snow returned and so did the birds. I hear and see the woodpeckers often, but they are usually alone and love to dart behind a high branch before I can manage a photo. I always worry about my camera out in the snow and cold, but those are definitely the days that the birds like to visit the most.🙂

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