Month of Squares

Eye Level with a Redwing

This is my day 28 contribution to Becky’s July Squares on the theme of Perspective and another of my eye level perspective photos.

This one is a little different than a lot of my eye level perspective series for July Squares. Rather than lying down, sometimes in something nasty, I am standing in a bedroom taking photographs out of the bedroom window.

This is a Redwing, a member of the Thrush family and a native of Europe and the Palearctic feeding on a Holly berry in a Hatherton, Cheshire garden in the winter.


July Squares: Eye Level with a Redwing


12 replies on “Eye Level with a Redwing”

I had a few photos in the field guide including a Red Fox obviously in a hay field despite it being a field guide to garden wildlife.

Thanks Becky. From reports I’ve had they’re not as common in the winter as they used to be a couple of decades ago. I wonder if the milder winters mean they’re staying in mainland Europe.

It’s great when you can be inside and still watch from a pretty respectable distance. I’ve taken many a bird photo from the comfort of my air conditioned home, especially when it’s hot outside like it is now. 🙂

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