I said no photographs, please “I think that means you behind the lens – I can see you” ‘Now I saw that. You just took another picture, didn’t you?” “Look, I don’t want everyone knowing where I live. Privacy, please.” “Go away and get on with your own work now. I’m very busy today. This is only a 10 second break. You may not realise this, but nest building is a rather labour-intensive business.” Share this:TweetShare on TumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related Author: agnesashe Artisan, blogger and passionate East Anglian working from home. View all posts by agnesashe
6 thoughts on “I said no photographs, please”
Nest building? So that must mean spring is around the corner? She asks as she sits in the blazing sun, drinking her first coffee, wide brimmed cap and sunnies on . . .
Ah ha – you are just trying to make us jealous – and you’ve succeeded! I can’t remember the last time I needed my ‘sunnies’!
Well, I was teasing you, that is for sure. But just keep in mind, if your spring is coming, then our autumn is on the way – and winter not far behind that.
Lovely post to cheer up an extremely snowy March morning. Nest building has been put on hold round here.
I’m not surprised, but your part of the world is looking wild and romantic at the moment if cold. We did have half a dozen large flakes of snow yesterday, but nothing significant. I’ve already seen her (blackbird) busy this morning.
Glad you managed to snap these photos in spite of her protestations – they are really wonderful. I’m sure under our 2 feet of snow spring must be stirring but thanks for sharing your beginnings.