Robin in the garden and on paper


You can now often see the robins in the gardens, also with us in the snow, on the garden table, the red-breasted birds like to eat a snack. It may not be insects (spiders, worms, snails) or berries, but it is still there like the chickens with. They must be a bit cheeky, otherwise the robins will starve to death. They are really beautiful birds and we enjoy watching them.

On the paper a couple of days ago a robin appeared. Made with pastel crayons.

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The Portuguese laurel cherries: a real insect blocker!
If you love living in your garden, make room for a Portuguese laurel cherry in your garden. In spring (from late April to somewhere in June) this hardy plant blooms with flower bunches of over ten centimeters. The flower bunches scents delicious, making them attract numerous insects. I sat there for about 15 minutes and photographed numerous visitors. As you get closer, a cloud of buzz rises up. But if you sit down for a while, they'll come back. Then if you move very carefully, you can get quite close with a camera. Especially butterflies and bees tend to fly away, but return when the coast turns out to be safe. More of my little paradise ? https://yoo.rs/mygardenvideo-mijn-kleine-paradijs-deel-1-1620894356.html?promotionId=877&Ysid=35575 #naturephotography #photography #nature #garden  
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