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    今日は、真夏日ですねー。運転もキツイから休憩タイムにポスト📮

可愛いすぎる豆粒ワンコーズ!

かなり解像度上げてあるからビヨーンとして可愛いお顔見てね!

    今日は、真夏日ですねー。運転もキツイから休憩タイムにポスト📮

    可愛いすぎる豆粒ワンコーズ!

    かなり解像度上げてあるからビヨーンとして可愛いお顔見てね!

    8 1 5 minutes ago

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    “MEET THE PARENTS” - After crawling out of bed at a rather late and lazy hour today, I hoisted myself up onto the chair stationed in front of my camera set up. While turning on it on to set the zoom and frame I peered through the blinds to see which way Christina was facing. She usually has her back to me in the morning. My eyes immediately widen because what should I see but none other than our father robin, Mr. Applegate,  just as he was leaving Christina’s side! Still not seeing any activity in the nest, as our mama was perched on top of it, I decided to just let the camera roll. During the 30 minutes it ran uninterrupted, yet ANOTHER rain storm rolls, drenching Christina and the crabapple, yet making everything so colorful.
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Unfortunately, after ten days of rain and incessant pollen, my windows are not as clean as they were a week ago, making the process of focusing on the birds a little more challenging. Some shots are sadly washed out. I wanted SO badly to open the windows and clean them off, but the opportunity to do this while both parents were away was less compelling than the possibility of capturing an appearance by the babies!
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With the nest wide open to a fair-weathered afternoon, a sun-drenched beak finally pokes its way out of the nest, sending me into joyous rapture. My long wait was finally over! Better still, I managed to capture footage even more beautiful than I could have ever hoped for. I was so giddy it was all I could do NOT to squeal in delight! Instead, I messaged a friend exclaiming, “I just saw the baby beaks!!!!!!!!!!”
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Camping out in my bedroom all day, I watched as the father brought food, ant-like bugs and worm bits, to Christina for the babies. They took turns feeding the young youngsters and going out to feed themselves, each one not leaving the nest for too long. I still have no idea how many babies we have, but one is a particularly hungry little guy who made sure he didn’t miss out on breakfast, lunch or dinner! This sporadic feeding also gave me the opportunity to expand my iMovie skills... So pardon the rough edits. I’m a newbie like our robins parents and running on instincts!
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(©2019 Miranda Remington)

    “MEET THE PARENTS” - After crawling out of bed at a rather late and lazy hour today, I hoisted myself up onto the chair stationed in front of my camera set up. While turning on it on to set the zoom and frame I peered through the blinds to see which way Christina was facing. She usually has her back to me in the morning. My eyes immediately widen because what should I see but none other than our father robin, Mr. Applegate, just as he was leaving Christina’s side! Still not seeing any activity in the nest, as our mama was perched on top of it, I decided to just let the camera roll. During the 30 minutes it ran uninterrupted, yet ANOTHER rain storm rolls, drenching Christina and the crabapple, yet making everything so colorful.
    .
    Unfortunately, after ten days of rain and incessant pollen, my windows are not as clean as they were a week ago, making the process of focusing on the birds a little more challenging. Some shots are sadly washed out. I wanted SO badly to open the windows and clean them off, but the opportunity to do this while both parents were away was less compelling than the possibility of capturing an appearance by the babies!
    .
    With the nest wide open to a fair-weathered afternoon, a sun-drenched beak finally pokes its way out of the nest, sending me into joyous rapture. My long wait was finally over! Better still, I managed to capture footage even more beautiful than I could have ever hoped for. I was so giddy it was all I could do NOT to squeal in delight! Instead, I messaged a friend exclaiming, “I just saw the baby beaks!!!!!!!!!!”
.
Camping out in my bedroom all day, I watched as the father brought food, ant-like bugs and worm bits, to Christina for the babies. They took turns feeding the young youngsters and going out to feed themselves, each one not leaving the nest for too long. I still have no idea how many babies we have, but one is a particularly hungry little guy who made sure he didn’t miss out on breakfast, lunch or dinner! This sporadic feeding also gave me the opportunity to expand my iMovie skills... So pardon the rough edits. I’m a newbie like our robins parents and running on instincts!
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    (©2019 Miranda Remington)

    9 4 9 minutes ago

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蜜に誘われて🦋🐝
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    15 1 43 minutes ago

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