Thursday, 6 October 2016

Daffodils and blossom







Did you see the Tui in the bottom photo?
Tuis are beautiful native birds.
There were dozens of them feeding 
on the nectar, so lovely to see and listen to.
If you would like to see a better picture of,
 or read a little about, the tui, click here.

joining Amy and friends for:
Five on Friday 
and
Friday foto friends
with

16 comments:

  1. So lovely, were going into fall now.. I do see a bird in the tree. With love Janice

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  2. Wonderful to see the spring blooms! The Tui is an interesting bird - thank you for sharing the link. x Karen

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  3. How neat to see the start of your spring. Here we are getting into autumn. Colors in the trees are slow in showing, but temps have moderated. It's still hurricane season and places south are in the path. We should be spared here in MD.

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  4. Beautiful photos Diana!! Nothing like a pretty spring after the cold winter. God is so good to allow us to enjoy the seasons!!

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  5. Oh, how pretty! So happy to visit with you today, my friend. God bless you!

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  6. Lovely pictures. Spring is such a pretty time of year. Yes I did see the bird.

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  7. So very beeautiful! Enjoy your spring!

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  8. Beautiful photos! Happy Friday ♥

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  9. What kind of trees are those?

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    1. I believe they are flowering cherry trees.

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  10. So pretty...but that piggy mailbox is adorable!! Thanks for linking up and sharing. Happy weekend!

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  11. Oh your photos are simply gorgeous and that bird is unlike any I've seen. Have a nice weekend.

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  12. Great photos, I did smile at the mail box such a cute design.

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  13. Beautiful photos. Love the mail box. Happy Five on Friday!

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  14. I love Autumn and Springtime so it's refreshing to see the blossom and daffodils in your part of the world. Also the header with the lambs sheltering under the tree native to NZ. I read about the tui from your link and it sounds like an interesting bird to see and hear. Sending greetings and wishing you have a good week.

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  15. Diana, such pretty pictures. I love the soft pink flowers. And I had to look really hard to see the birds.

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