True love this. B
Great photo....happy Tuesday
are you sure about this quote? not sure i believe. we have had the weirdest spring ever this year. it is pouring rain & the heat is on again. are you kidding!!! ha. ha!! ( :
nests have always fascinated me...great shot!!
Even the tree looks ready to break out in green. Love how birds have so much confidence in their nest building in the most precarious places.
True, but I have experienced a couple years in which spring seems to have happened so fast it was almost nonexistent..
sweet little nest!
Great photo of the nest! Spring is here today so I must get outside soon.
Like the thought AND the photo!
Right! We've missed quite a few summers, but never a winter!
Aww, very promising.
Let's hope Hal Borland was right. :))
How did you get this nest photo? It looks like it's high up in a tree! Spring has sprung here.. almost like summer already! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)
So cute! I love seeing nests. We have one right by our light on our garage and I say hello to the bird sitting on her nest as I walk past her :)
I love finding little nests. A Black Phoebe had one hanging under our eaves for a few years, complete with tail hair from one of my horses.
Yay!!! Finally Spring has sprung....love the little nest...Blessings Francine.
So pretty and I love the red on that branch. I hope you have some sweet baby birds to photograph too.
A lovely picture for spring.
Thank goodness Spring is finally here. It certainly seemed like a lonnnnnnnng winter to me.
Indeed. And I needed the reassurance. It did read the seventies here today.... finally!
How very pretty!
I take it spring is slow in coming this year.Merle.......
I love this photo, beautiful!
A nice image, Michelle.
awww...I love this!
I am a bird lover, so this shot is particularly appealing. My wife and I recently finished a Key West garden in our backyard, and it is a virtual aviary.
This stunning photo is filled with promise.I hope your Bee keeping Adventure is going well - Sure enjoy visiting your blog.-g-
Your words sure do apply to this spring! -- barbara
Nice construction technique.
Looks like chicken feet !
Was this a nest from last year? Or one in progress? :)
Nancy, I think it is an old nest. I haven't seen any inhabitants thus far.
i hope hal is right because i've been having my doubts!
Your quote reminds me of one of my favorite ballads, by Guns N' Roses:Nothing last forevereven cold November rain...
This is true! Beautiful spring image! xx
I LOVE this shot!
Well caught. Great caption for the photo.I was privileged to see Puffin birds collecting grass for the nest at close range last week.