Friday, December 19, 2008

Outside my window...


My youngest daughter took this photograph of the humming bird who lives outside of my bedroom window.


15 comments:

MightyMom said...

tell him I said hi and we'll have his food all filled up when he's ready to move back up here for the summer!

firepig said...

This pic is gorgeous Rita!!Isn't it a blessing to have such a view outside the bedroom window?

I used to love my bedroom window view in Caracas of a lush and full Mango tree,the Avila in distance, and the sun shining on grass strewn with wild lillies and orquids.

here is a real life moment from NOW:

.. a Cape Cod Dormer window.The trees bare and surrounded by mist.A rabbit quickly hops through the fence trying to hide from the squirrels. Spruce pines, Nandina bushes and holly give the only green in the yard-Yet even in this less colorful scene there is a deep and quiet beauty.

I am starting to feel that mystical, inner happiness of the Christmas season.

Have a beautiful day !

Mrs. C said...

SO beautiful!

My children would love to see a hummingbird IRL.

Barbara H. said...

How lovely!

Betty said...

She`s very talented! And the bird is nice too... :)

Brenda said...

Beautiful! There are so many pretty hummingbirds around right now. I am enjoying them in my garden.

jvaughn0311 said...

That is so pretty! And the bird so cute!=) My momma loves hummingbirds! And gets one occasionally during the summer.

I would love to come visit!=) If only I had millions I would be there in a heartbeat!

Starla said...

Very beautiful, my mom loves humming birds.

~K~ said...

Beautiful!

Findalis said...

Beautiful picture. Enjoy the warm sun.

gecko said...

Great picture! I'd love to have something as exotic as the hummingbird in my garden.

MK said...

That's a lovely view right outside your home JM.

Charles said...

Beautiful photo.... Award Winning quality, I suspect.

Charles said...

Beautiful photo.... Award Winning quality, I suspect.

Pilot-Pooja said...

Very soothing pic!
Used to come across this flower quite often in my childhood days in India!