Tuesday, March 04, 2014

Four Letter Word

This the season of dry skin and wet eyes.  Frizzy hair and drippy nose.  Sigh...



Yes a picture is worth a thousand words.  Below four pictures worth one four-letter word.  COLD!





17 comments:

joeh said...

Those birds are tough indeed. That is why they make so much noise singing when it finally does warm up.

Celia said...

Oh my, the little gray has on the original puffy coat.

Jenny Woolf said...

Oh the bottom picture is really stunning! and yes, VERY cold looking!

Brian Miller said...

oh my...your birds look like they are cold...love that cardinal shot...

messymimi said...

Well, i'm shivery just looking at those!

Linda Reeder said...

It's definitely feather fluffing weather!

Red said...

Yes, these fellows look very cold. It's a good thing they have so much insulation.

Kay said...

What incredible photos. I agree that the last one is spectacular. I had to call my husband over to look at it.

My daughter in Chicago tells me she's truly had enough cold. She sent me this spoof on the song from Frozen.
http://morningnews.wgntv.com/2014/03/03/dans-hilarious-frozen-inspired-parody-let-it-go-chicago/

Granny Annie said...

The sun was shining yesterday so I let the chickens out of their house. They did not mind the snow at all and found their way to melted spots of ground to search for food. It amazes me how insulated they are from the freezing temperatures. The cats are not as willing to venture which allows the birdies to join the chickens and pick through much of the scattered chopped corn.

Barbara Shallue said...

Oh, that last one cracked me up. Bless their little hearts! We went from short sleeves Sunday morning to icicles yesterday. Crazy!

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

I think your last photo with his feathers puffed to the max tells the story of COLD! -- barbara

Mage said...

These are wonderful. :)

Snaggle Tooth said...

They are all wondering where the bird food is! (can't see it)

Terri @ Backward B Ranch said...

Cold, cold, cold! Fantastic shots!

One Woman's Journey - a journal being written from Woodhaven - her cottage in the woods. said...

I smile...

Hilary said...

These are great shots, Tabor. Adorable birds in perfect focus and all that snow falling around them.

Bob Bushell said...

Oh dear, it is cold over there. With white covered snow, all of them would suffer, but it carried on, good for the birds.