|Category:||Nature Photography | Posted:||July 29, 2017|
Fledgling European Robin
Fledgling Robin @ arm's length
From my archives a Fledgling European Robin so close I cold have touched it, with a REAL Meal Worm in it's beak...I watch it pick it up...it then flew into the Red Currant bush that I was standing beside. I'd see the Parent Robin feed it at the other end of the garden minutes earlier.
On a whim I walked up the garden in the direction it had flown NOT expecting to find it so easily or so close.
|Post Type||Photography||Mixed Media||None|
|Light dark balance adjusted cropped & framed|
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