Sneezing…Birds…Snow…Fever…More Birds…More Snow…Coughing…Much More Snow…

31 Replies to “The Week In Seven Photos”

    1. Thank you!πŸ™‚ Usually in my posts the photos have been taken recently, but I began the seven photo series to make sure I go out often throughout the week with my camera. These are new photos and each week I hope I capture something new and try new techniques. I did not venture very far with the camera this week due to my cold, so I was very happy to see the birds visiting often since Gabby was refusing photos this week.😁

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    1. Thank you and I’m glad you enjoyed the bird photos!πŸ™‚ The birds and I have reached an understanding in the backyard, if I stay by the feeder with peanuts and keep the squirrels away, they will pose for a photo now and again.😁


  1. You captured the frigid weather and maladies of winter so well here, ACI; sorry to hear you’ve got a cold and fever, though. I love seeing all the birds in the fresh, deep snow…especially the nuthatch. The little chipmunk looks like he or she is actually shivering. Great photos, and I hope you are better soon.

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    1. Thank you!πŸ™‚ We are still shivering here, but happy that the snow has stopped falling, the ice has melted on the lakes and there were actually a few signs of spring arriving soon. I’m so glad I’m feeling better for this upcoming week of great March Madness basketball games and celebrating everything Irish leading up to St. Patrick’s Day. The birds better show up during halftime this week.😁

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