When it snows, you can see how many dozens of birds live in the forsythia hedge in the backyard. I couldn’t get sharp pictures. This was one of the times when the autofocus couldn’t figure out where to focus. Between the falling snow and the bushes and the birds who were in constant motion, it finally settled on the bush — the only stationary item in the picture. Nonetheless it’s interesting realizing how many birds live in that single hedge. When I was feeding them, they came out and there were dozens of them. No wonder there’s no spare room at the feeder.

Categories: #Birds, #gallery, #Photography, Anecdote, snow, Winter

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2 replies

  1. We get that hoar frost here too at times.
    It’s sort of a photographers dream as it makes for some spectacular photos.
    The Birds? Couldn’t care less I’m sure.


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