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Saturday, October 26, 2013

fly by






There is lots of this going on around here lately.

Canada geese and other like-minded birds are heading south.
There are still some robins around today.  They'd better get going.


My friend Kimberly, of the blog Camp and Cottage Living, is hosting a beautiful give-away of a hand made silver spoon bracelet and a sweet owl charm plus 2 cute owl themed kitchen towels.  Please visit her blog and follow her if you would like a chance to win this lovely gift.

Have a great weekend!

Blessings,

Pamela

29 comments:

  1. Yes, I have heard and seen the Canadian geese fling south. It is a wonderful sight but it does make me a little sad. I hope this winter goes by quickly.

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  2. We've heard a few skeins of geese going over - just love that sound. One autumn day when we lived in California we heard geese flying over time after time - we would run out to the deck and listen and watch each time. There must have been 20 bunches go over - it was an amazing day.

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  3. That is definitely another sure sign of autumn.

    I hope you have a lovely weekend, Pamela.

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  4. Nice photo ! We just had a big wind and rain storm here the wind was so harsh it took one side of our big tree down and we lost power for few hours this morning ! Have a good weekend !

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  5. It looks very Novembery here and I see that it doesn't look one bit warmer there! It's lovely to hear those "hinges" creak their way south! Hope that your afternoon involves a book and some tea!

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  6. The geese made a nice pattern for you against the sky.

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  7. You know it's all coming to an end when the geese leave. We still have great flocks them around and today, heading north I saw the biggest flock of starlings you could imagine. With our winters not as bad as previous years, robins have been staying over.
    Judith

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  8. Maybe we'll see your canada geese before long. And I enjoyed your barn/fence post. What a great old white fence. Love the peek into the hayloft. Great photography. I can see that scene pulling you in!

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  9. I LOVE it when you play with your camera! LOL. You always achieve some stunning results.

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  10. Those flyovers are heading south to my parts of the world no doubt.

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  11. Pamela
    I don't see any birds around here. I think they've all flown South already.
    I wonder if I put seed out if some might find me!
    Thank you for mentioning my give-away on your post too.
    Blessings-Kimberly

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  12. Pamela, I love the results you achieved in this shot....November will be upon us before too long....

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  13. I am going to keep my fingers crossed that you will be the winner, that's gorgeous.

    Jen

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  14. That's a great title for your post - and a great photograph to accompany it.

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  15. Beautiful! I love the simplicity!

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  16. And off they go...south. Nice pic! We've seen lots of Canada's geese hanging out in ponds and fields here and there as we travel.

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  17. Heard the bad "snow" word mentioned ... I hope the weather man is wrong! Love your picture. Take care my friend!

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  18. I was watching some Canada geese watching us a few mornings back. They were gathered in a field. Perhaps they had just arrived.

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  19. Very nice and it is always so wonderful how nature tells them when it is time to get a move on.

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  20. We still seem to have many geese here that seem to stay. Love your pic!! ...

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  21. Such a pretty picture! Unfortunately, it's getting colder here, too!
    Susan

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  22. A feeling of freedom in your lovely image, Pamela!

    Those winged lovelies are wise enough to know that south means warmth! If we only had wings...

    xo
    Poppy

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  23. We haven't see any fly overhead yet! I'm not ready for winter!!

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  24. Yes, the weather is getting colder and colder...we had a couple frosts already but they were just overnight. Winter is coming! :)

    I love Kim's give away...very pretty!

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  25. Have not seen any geese yet -- soon I think!

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  26. The Canada goose - a love and hate relationship for sure! Beautiful flying overhead..........nasty and mucky in the parks with ponds!!

    Happy week Pamela.
    Mary X

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  27. Yep, birds are flying by here too. But some Canada geese and robins are on the north side of Lake Ontario even in January and February.

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