I put the names in my old fallen birds nest, as it was a manageable amount to count this time.
Congratulations Emma! Please private message me your address and I will get the print off to you. :)
Thank you so much, to all of you that took the time to comment and for all of your kind words about this blog. They are much appreciated. Xxx
The garden is filled with wonderful distractions. Each year the primroses spread even more. Soon I will have a primrose lawn. What a wonderful thought.
Mr handsome here doesn't mind sharing at all, but Mrs Thrush often chases him off. Mr Blackbird always shares with Robin, so I think that he is chasing Mrs Thrush away because she doesn't share nicely with his buddy Robin? Watching them everyday you really do get to see their personalities coming through. It's a little like a little ornithology soap opera. ;-D
The other day I did a bit of a Simon King/Chris Packham impersonation and hid behind a low hanging tree using it as my wildlife hide. It was interesting and I found out that there are more visitors to the tree stump than previously thought!
I do love the ice blue eyes of jackdaws. Such magical looking birds.
Talking of ice, I didn't get around to showing you the other icy art work that I completed a while ago. Again inspiration from Lapland. The title is 'Each breath a Star' and it is available in my shop as a print here.
I am currently working on new wooden items now. Below are some talisman lucky charms in progress.
I think the Lapland inspiration will stay with me for a little while longer yet. ;)
I have lots of cutting out of wood to be done and gardening this weekend. What are you up to?
Whatever it is, I hope the sun shines for you.
Wishing you a magical Spring and Easter time.From myself and my feathered friends. X