My first snowy birbs:
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They were quite interested in the goings of the snowy ground, I don't know if it was because they were very hungry or snow adds some flavour.
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I got mostly Finches and Sparrows, I tried for bigger birds but my body wasnt very cooperative with the coldness.
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They wouldn't let me get very close, I guess I stand out in the snow more then a Snowman.
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Cute little balls of fluff in a sea of white,hopping around like little bunnies.
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After half an hour of being outside the snowing turned into a pretty cold rain but I wasn't ready to give up, I told myself half an hour more and we might get lucky.
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Well not much luck with other birds, I would have loved a Woodpecker or Magpie or even a Black Birds, now that's contrast for the snow
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Even the birds were questioning my sanity if what I was trying to do
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The snow was slowly turning into brown sloush by the minute,not that it bothered the birds or anything. At least this one found a little bit of seed ... Soggy seed.
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And of course I go out for just one hour and I'm already catching a cold, I just got rid of one last month darn it. Not sure if it was worth it.
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Last picture before going home.
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Took me half an hour to get all the water off the lens and camera.