The Mid-Atlantic region is being hammered tonight and tomorrow with a significant snowstorm. Calling for blizzard conditions, at times we’ll experience complete white-outs.
In the quiet moments of the beginning of the snow storm, the birds and squirrels were busy eating, gathering energy to stay warm at night.
The new Garden Bird Photography Studio is a resounding success, and was quickly adopted by the feathered friends. Now to wake up in the morning and see if I can shovel myself out of the house.
You capture the beauty that I watch from my window – wow. Stay warm
So far so good. The fire’s been going today. It’s been lovely. Hope all is well with you Moondust
oh wow i heard about a system battering up the west coast but this is like if it’s December all over again huh! great shots 🙂
We’re still being hammered with white out conditions as I write.
I heard that on the news too! 40+ centimetres? I hope power will hold out :O
I love how the birds appear so tranquil despite the blizzard.
They certainly do make it seem like a regular day. Thankyou.
True birds of nature quite content. Lovely.
My companions during the blizzard. Thank you Miriam
Great shot of this beautiful little bird.
Appreciate it so much. I’ve been trying to get better.
Wonderful captures! 🙂
Thank you so much Rockhopper
Gorgeous photos! They’d make perfect Christmas cards for next year. Have you dug yourself out of the snow yet? Think on the bright side: you’ll be building up your biceps!!! Sending warm hugs from my living room with the log fire pit. 💟💟💟👊
Totally snowed in right now Fatima. No way to get out. Would have been harder to get back. I’ve been snoozing instead. 😉 Stay warm.
Enjoy the peace and quiet. ZZZzzzzz
I love the garden bird studio Em and the shots in the snow are great, very atmospheric. So when you’re taking these shots are you in the house, so as not to scare off the birds?
Yes, I’m in the house, primarily for my comfort. I can stay generally warm although the window is wide open. Believe me, the birds know I’m there but they don’t feel quite as intimidated. Same concept as using a blind. Thank you so much!