From My Kitchen Window

Jeg ser jo at andre bloggere har publisert langt bedre bilder av våre venner der ute i skogen, men  – her hvor vi bor er slike besøk ikke like vanlige som alle andre steder! Men – det skjer! Og da komme det ofte ganske brått og uventet!
Denne hendelsen fant sted på ca 50 meters avstand og delvis skjult av kvister og kratt.
Disse bildene ble alle tatt i løpet av et lite minutt; – et hyggelig minne over en frokost
på en råkald morgen!
I have noticed that other bloggers have published far better pictures of our friends out there in the woods, but – here where we live, such visits are not as common as everywhere else! But – it happens! And then it often comes quite unexpected and abruptly!
This incident took place at a distance of about 50 meters and partly hidden by twigs and bushes. These photos were all taken in a matter of one minute; – a pleasant memory over a breakfast on a raw cold morning!




Men jeg har jo alltid telefonen og kameraet oppladet og innen rekkevidde, så da fikk dere anledning til å være med på opplevelsen!

But, – as I always have my phone and camera charged and within reach,  then you got the opportunity to be part of this experience!
(Compliments of SRB)
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6 Responses to From My Kitchen Window

  1. How much snow. And what a touching picture!

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you, Paola!
      We have less snow than usual, and only yesterday we had 7 degrees plus all day, but during last night we got 8,5 below 🙂 Usually this time of the year we night have
      75-100 cm of snow! Today less than 10 cm!

  2. Seenorway says:

    Well, actually we live in a surburban area with a lot of neighbors close by, but they don’t seem
    to mind?

  3. utesmile says:

    How lovely, it imust be wonderful to live in such a beautiful area with wildlife!

  4. Seenorway says:

    Nice to look at! At wintertime they stick to the woods, but during spring their favourite soirt seems to be chopping the heads off my tulips and lilies! An they do it by night!

  5. puzzleblume says:

    You have nice guests near to your home!

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