Sunday, December 26, 2010

Christmas Photos with my new camera

Auld Haa House                                                Rooster Cogburn

Tommy trying out the camera's timer in his new Christmas trousers, boots and hat.
 old boats by the grave yard

 The Chapel

"click" on photo to make it bigger                                                                         Window in the Kirk
Thanks Santa for the new pocket Camera! Canon - Power Shot SX210 IS - 14mp - 14 times optical zoom. Photographs taken playing with it on Christmas day.
Christmas Bird List? odd mix of birds eating seeds on Christmas Day... Surprised by 6 Greenfinch and the one strange seed eating Turnstone has turned to 8? a 9th found eaten possible by that Peregrine I saw swooping through again today. Other birds of note. 2 Ravens, 5 hooded crows, Chaffinch, Lapwing, Snow Buntings, etc. a total 22 species seen in or from my garden on Christmas Day. No sign of the Waxwing I saw on the 24th

 Xmas Sunset

                   Christmas tree                     
just playing with my new toy on Christmas... Cheers Tommy
Merry Christmas!


  1. Whats the camera Tommy?

    Some evocative scenery there!

    Christmas Garden Bird list?
    Goldfinches, House Sparrows, Blue Tits, Robin, Blackbird, Collared Doves, Wood Pigeon, Feral Pigeons,
    plus fly over Parakeets, Lesser and Herring Gulls plus Blackheaded Gulls, Crows and Magpies.

    Today - Waxwings at Barnes (WWT).
    Looks like you had a lovely Christmas Day!

  2. Greetings from rain soaked Southern California.

    I added myself to follow your blog. You are more than welcome to visit mine and become a follower if you want to :-)

    May God bless you and your family in 2011 ~Ron

    And always remember... Smiles don't have to be saved for a rainy day. It's good to waste them :-)

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