Tuesday, January 24, 2017

24/01/2017 A few random photos at home.

Maximum temperature 7C, minimum -5C. 32km/h NE  wind. Dry but with a frost.
Brave Blue Tit, I had just broken the ice...

cold feet...

Mmmm not that bad...

you put your right wing up.....

this was followed by the stare I am getting used to at/in the window.

Great Tit.

Tonight's sunset.

Using up bits and pieces before we go away, interesting combination of butternut, parsnip and onion frittata.  It was surprisingly tasty. 

This may be my last post for a while.  We are off on holiday to South Africa with no computer and minimal WIFI. Looking forward to some sun!  Stay well everyone and I  hope to be back in March.

11 comments:

  1. Diane, your frittata looks delicious! And your photos have brought me joy once again! I laughed at your caption "you put your right wing up" LOL! Thank you so much for sharing.

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    1. Thanks, Keep well while I am away. Diane

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  2. Hi Diane lovely pics as usual loving the sunset hopefully as you leave the cold I come back to warmer weather on Saturday. Have they fininished the alterations at Brico let cleric ?

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    1. Hi Anne, no they are still messing around at Brico, looks like it is going to be a massive glassed in area, greenhouse effect. It was -5 here this morning but it looks like it may warm up a bit!! Keep well. See you I hope in March Diane

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  3. Looks like a great improvisational dish.

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    1. LOL it worked well. Enjoy February Diane

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  4. The bird is a beauty. It was happy for the water and enjoying her bath. Beautiful sunset and delicious looking dish. Enjoy your holiday and take lots of photos.

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    1. Thanks Nancy, we are looking forward to our holiday and yes I am sure there will be many,many photos! Take care Diane

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  5. Random photos maybe (your words not mine!) but always enjoyable to see. :)

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  6. Wonderful little birds (and food!). It surprises me that these birds were not brought to Australia - given the number of other species that were.

    Sorry about slow reply - I have been in New Zealand and blogging has taken a bit of a back seat.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  7. Hi Diane,
    We're off to SA on Monday!
    I'll look out for you...;o)
    Have a wonderful holiday.

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