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puzzle pieces

Thursday, April 7, 2011

nice try guys.

Remember when you were a kid and you thought if you hid your face, 
no one could see you?



Well after I saw these...
my theory on that 'flew out the window'.



We aren't fooled.
No use in hiding.
We can see you~
Loud and clear!


Yep. We do.

{ Spring Sign #2}

(Corben photos)

41 comments:

Buttons said...

Dawn Yeah looks like spring, Awesome shots. B

Allison said...

It looks warmer, Dawn. I think the trees are waking up!

Peter said...

Hard to get them to keep still for a good shot, nice.

Sunset97 said...

great pictures....!! :)

Barbie said...

Your warmer weather is finally on it's way.

Nancy said...

Awww -- robins! So happy for you!

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

Robins are a sweet indication that the seasons are changing. Not that you're looking forward to warmer weather or anything!

I see you run triathlons. I'm impressed, big time!

Tammy said...

Good for you! Finally some signs of Spring :)

Clint said...

You mean people can still see me when I bury my head? Dang!

Judy said...

Woohoo! Seeing those robins is a sure sign spring is on it's way.

Leah J. Utas said...

Robins and a woodpecker. Yay!

GardenofDaisies said...

The robins have arrived! It's official then!

texwisgirl said...

yippee!!

(when I first saw the title of your post, I had a bit of word dyslexia and thought it read "try nice guys" and I figured it was advice to daughters to stay away from the bad boys and try the nice ones. :))

Joe said...

I always figure Spring is here when the robins appear in the yard.

Deb said...

love your Robins...I have seen so many around here...

Hope said...

hehe! saw the robin yesterday. still waiting for the red winged blackbirds. they are the true sign that spring is here. for us anyways!

great post Dawn!

Cat said...

bring on the Spring!!!!

love and light

(back at the bottom )

Stuff could always be worse said...

Yes Spring is near when you see birds :)
kim

Out on the prairie said...

We used to put our heads under a blanket when watching scary movies. I saw a few flocks of robins stay over the winter.When they come up from Mexico they eat old fernmented berries when crossing a stretch of the Sonoran Desert. They have to stop for a few days to let this wear off.Its fun to watch their promiscuity and crash landings in Yuma, AZ.

very married said...

lovely little birds. hope that means we'll be seeing some warmer weather soon.

Naturedigital said...

My grandmother used to tell me when I was a little kid.. "to behave as if the whole world is looking at me.. even if I ca not see anyone around.."
Have a great day Dawn.
Costas

Janet said...

Beautiful pics!! I've been trying to get a robin to co-operate for me long enough for a picture! I love your 'favorite things' in your side-bar as well:)

Canyon Girl said...

Look at all the snow you still have! Great pictures and words to go with them.--Inger

Flora said...

Lucky! I haven't seen any Robins yet! Only heard the woodpeckers!!

Kerri said...

Sweeeeeet!

Trisha said...

Yay! It looks like spring is coming!! :D

our little love nest said...

We have robins nesting in our plum tree and we are all loving it! xo

Saz said...

I remember that moment when I was little! I love the photo's! The robin is gorgeous. (:

Val said...

Aww, they are so precious.

Aimee said...

Everyone morning, as my whole family is eating breakfast, we look out our window and watch all of the robins in our yard! My boys LOVE watching them and are so excited that they're back! Yay spring!

bon bon said...

yippy! robins!! we have an abundance of them this year! groups of 15-20 which seems just crazy. glad to have them though. looks like they still have a bit of digging to do for a worm in your neighborhood. :o)

Janie said...

Cute photos of the birds. Now if you could just get them to look at the lens and smile...

Elizabeth Grimes said...

LOVE that! Such a cute perspective, made me smile.

wayne15575 said...

not much more I could include, except it's just Wonderful !!! Thanks for being here. ♥

sassyshoediary said...

Had a squirrel do that to me the other day. It froze right in front of me and didn't move a muscle. Poor guy didn't think I saw it.

darlin said...

Sometimes I only wish that I could turn my head and others didn't see me but nope, no such luck! lol This post of yours reminds me of grouse are, they can be getting shot at and not even flinch. I guess they think that you can't see them if they don't move... duh!

I love seeing the robins, you're so blessed to live out in the country! Great photos and I love the post!

Hilary said...

Ha! Well darn.. I still think that works. Fun shots. :)

Rick said...

Well, that woodpecker (?) IS well-camouflaged ! And I thought I detected a bit of disbelief on the robins' faces - the ones in the trees - as in "how in the world are we supposed to get worms out of that WHITE STUFF !"

The Wife of a Dairyman said...

I love the photos of the robin:) We don't have any where I live in CA....they're so colorful, just love them:)

Jim said...

Great shots, Dawn! This reminds me of the Woodpecker I saw last week and got a few shots of it.

Jordanna said...

Oh my gosh, the end of the 40 days in Noah's ark just came to life all over again. Thanks for this, Dawn. I LOVE this. Spring is coming. :)