It’s just a lazy day Photo by Michael Bryden Spring is in the air! Photo by Gabrielle Bryden Did I tell you the one about … Photo by Gabrielle Bryden Look for the light side of life 🙂 Photo by Gabrielle Bryden What goes around comes around! Share this:GoogleMoreEmailPrintFacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... 16 thoughts on “It’s just a lazy day” Add yours Well as you move to spring we move to fall and winter…well winter in SoCal isn’t really all that bad for the most par…especially when I consider plight of my friends in New England. 🙂 Reply haha – there are always colder places around slpmartin 🙂 Reply Oh, Gabrielle, what a perfect photo of the Butcher Bird. I am in LOVE with him. Your photos are fantastic. Tell Michael I really love the one of the daisies. He did a fantastic job. The colours are so pretty. The ferris wheel is spectacular. Wooo hoooo!!! Reply Thanks Selma – Michael’s photo is fantastic (the flowers somehow look like they are floating – there is depth to the image which I like). The Butcher bird is a juvenile – he’s gorgeous and cheeky too 🙂 Reply ah it’s a butcher bird (thanks Selma!) – what a lovely photo that one is, and the bird definitely looks as though its going to say something Reply yes, a butcher bird CGP – he had landed on the verandah 🙂 Reply Gorgeous, Gabrielle 🙂 Just love a bit of vicarious Spring…. Reply Thanks Kate 🙂 Reply Michael knows how to fill a frame – he’s good, Gabrielle, very good. I was also trying to work out what the bird was and thought it was a baby magpie at first. After reading Selma’s comment, I now understand the caption 😀 And as for the last one, often not soon enough!!! Enjoyed this fun post. Reply Thanks bluebee 🙂 Reply Gorgeous daisies, Gabe. Isn’t spring wonderful? Your butcher bird is quite different from ours which are black with a white chest and underbelly. When I lived on a farm in KZN (KwaZulu Natal) my one fence was the larder of a butcher bird with all sorts of little dead animals hanging up to dry. Reply Yes, they really are butchers (this one is a young bird adeeyoyo – a juvenile – the black and white colouring will come through at an older age 🙂 ) Reply That baby Butch is just gorgeous! Such a Spring day today… Love this season, Reply It’s wonderful isn’t it – except for the occasional divebombing Magpie or Plover and prickles – I love summer too (so very Australian – days so hot you can’t be bothered moving – explains the attitude and the accent – haha),. Reply These are so beautiful and the picture of the bird is amazing. I want spring here!!! Waaaa! Reply haha – you had your turn Aletha 🙂 though your winters are something harsh, that’s for sure! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.