CARLETTA'S CAPTURES

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Saturday, March 14, 2009

I'm Back!

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37 comments:

quilly said...

Hello Robin in your little red vest. You look like Spring.

Carletta said...

The robins finally appeared in my backyard this Wednesday. The photos I got didn't really satisfy me so I used the dry brush filter in my software to alter the image.
If you're interested the original is on my regular blog.
Carletta’s Captures.

judi said...

This makes me smile, we all are waking up to spring little bits here and little bits there are appearing in blogland, Just what we all need, hope springs eternal.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I'm still looking for my first robin! This one looks very happy. ;-)

Most of our snow is gone now (ot rained) but the ground is still freezing and unfreezing...mostly freezing... as the temperatures have been chilly during the day and very cold at night. How can a robin dig for worms in that? LOL

Bruce said...

Oh yes...a pretty little birdie! Can I bring my friends over to play with you??? Can I please!!!

Janet Creamer said...

Ah, spring is around the corner. I really like your flower and sunrise shots!

Jedediah said...

Great shot, those birds are incredibly photogenic. When I first saw them without knowing what they were, I called them photobirds because they always posed for me ;)

ROSIDAH said...

I would love to see some Robin's like that in my neighborhood. The color so beautiful!

Tink *~*~* said...

A sure sign that spring's arrival is imminent, and winter can't do a thing about it :D

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i beati said...

that means they are leaving us Godspeed my red breasted friends sandy

Rose said...

This is good capture, Carletta. He looks so intent.

Gattina said...

What a sweety ! I have to hide the screen from my cats, lol !

Indrani said...

The Robin looks cute.

Denise said...

Lovely photo and I liked how you changed it into a painting. Very, very nice.

Kerri said...

I think he's lovely! I LOVE what you've done with it!!

Snap said...

WoooHoooo! Spring!

Raven said...

Spring is coming! Spring is coming! Yippee!

Carolina said...

Ah, you've done a very clever thing to make it look like a painting. Nice!

juliana said...

your robins are different from ours but no less pretty

Dianne said...

and he looks very pleased to be back!

Terri said...

Nice robin photo. It looks so skinny! Our robins are here year round, so they don't have a long migration to burn off calories. They always look pleasingly plump.

Babooshka said...

We have winter robins in the UK. So different to yours. Lovely capture.

Villas Girl said...

I love robins. I call them little soldier birds. The stand at attention. And run with head down. Very pretty picture. Lisa

floreta said...

cute robin and fun filter effect.

Manz said...

I won't show my cats this one :)
Great cc post.

Enjoy your spring. It's Autumn here.

Judy said...

And about time, too! I have been hearing some robins, and one flew in front of the car, so they are here, too.

fishing guy said...

Carletta: Neat shot of the robin, check and see what I did.

Pagan Sphinx said...

Oh, excellent! And it's so good to have you back, Robin! :-)

George said...

It looks as if spring has arrived. A beautiful sight!

Michele said...

Aww... it's nice to see this!!
I am looking forward to them returning here!

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storyteller said...

How wonderful for you ;--)
You've captured and presented this beautiful robin beautifully.
Hugs and blessings,

ratmammy said...

We're back too! come visit Blackie (and Bob)... great close up of this bird! Love the colors...

Paz said...

Oh, I love this photo!

Paz

Janice Thomson said...

Ah sweet spring... here with the robin. Love your processing Carletta.

Carla said...

ok, I'm seeing Robin sightings all over blogdom, BUT not here in East Texas!! I'm starting to worry...

Mary said...

Yeah! Robins! Love seeing them poking around looking for worms.

Lee said...

Wow, very nice. I love seeing photographs of birds! :]
I'm definitely going to be following your blog, as you're an excellent photographer, and have interesting things to say. Keep it up, I'll be reading! ^^

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