Thursday, January 15, 2009

Photo Tag,...



Today my friends Laurie and Chris tagged me in a photo game. Not being one for games like this I sort of uttered an "oh no,...".... and tonight thought well, I should do the post for that game. Much to my surprise I followed the instructions and found out it was a photo I could do a story about!


This photo appeared in my blog several weeks ago, back in the early fall. I was waiting for a friend to come out of the mall. I had already gone out to the car and she was to come out when she finished shopping. In front of the car was a very small tree and it was full of birds having a feast on some berries or seeds there. It was a bright sunny day and even the birds are enjoying the last good weather of warm days before they slide into the cold of fall and winter.


The rules are that you open your fifth folder of photos, and select the fifth photo in the folder. Then you tag five more blogging friends to do the same.


Sorry, but you are "IT"....








I thought it might be a good chance to introduce some old friends and also some new friends that I've recently discovered in the blog world. If you aren't already reading their blogs I think you will find them very interesting.

6 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

This was fun, Cedar... I just posted my photo today. Luckily it wasn't a 'bad' one!!!! ha

Yours is GREAT. Thanks!!
Hugs,
Betsy

Shellmo said...

I love watching the birdies eat! It looks like it was a nice day in your photo. I can't remember what sunshine looks like right now...lol!

City Mouse said...

Beautiful pic and a very timely post! I was just thinking I needed to learn about some new blogs, but it's such a slog to drag through random blogs. Awesome!

Jean said...

Love this shot! The sky in the background is beautiful! I never get good bird pics. Jean

Laurie and Chris said...

Thanks for playing along! The bird picture is great.

Carole said...

That's a fun game! And your pic was a welcome sight on yet another snowy winter morning - it was nice to have thoughts of spring, even if it was only for a moment! I always love your pictures. :-)