Two is a crowd!

Enkelte mennesker tar mer plass enn andre, og herfra stammer vel utsagnet om at ‘to’ i enkelte sammenhenger kan være litt for mye for noen av oss?
Men så kom plutselig denne gjengen med grønn-sisiker her, og i trafikken og lurvelevenet som brått oppsto, så var det faktisk en tøff oppgave i det hele tatt å telle dem. (Selv når de sitter stille i bildet!)

Morgenlys 155b
Some people require more space than others! And that’s probably why we have the saying that ‘Two is a crowd!’? At least to some of us?
Then this gang of Eurasian siskins suddenly arrived!
(And suddenly ‘two’ didn’t seem to bad🙂 )
And in the traffic, the hustle n’ bustle, it was a though job to count how many was actually there? (Even ‘frozen’ in a picture? )
(Compliments of SRB )

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4 Responses to Two is a crowd!

  1. vestlending says:

    he he, trodde ved første øyekast at det var gammelt løv som ikke hadde falt av?

    • Seenorway says:

      Å nei, gammelt løv kommer ikke flyvende gjennom luften for å feste seg på passende trær! Men det var jo artig at jeg greide å fokusere såpass på motivet? Det er ikke mye for kameraet å feste seg på i dette motivet!

  2. vera ersilia says:

    Great Photography ! Happy 2015

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you, Vera! And the same to you! We’ll most likely be investing in a few new cameras through 2015, the plan being to publish ever new photos. Plesase stay tuned!
      Wishing you a happy New Year!!!

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