Saturday, April 25, 2009

And Then There Were...


TWO!

7 comments:

Annette said...

Aren't they lovely. I have just been reading about Robins after you printed these pics.
I didn't know the eggs were blue and it takes between 11-14 to hatch. They ususally lay between 2-4 eggs, so you may have some more.
Please let us know how they get on.
Beautiiful colour aren't they?

deb said...

Hi Annette, I'll be keeping track of them! The White House has a new family of robins. Evidently that nest was in a rather busy entrance area as well.

Kippers Dickie said...

Beautiful colour photo deb. Mine look so pale compared to yours.
I have a Blackbird building close to my window. The only way to get a photo is through the glass, but I'll post one up if I manage it.
Cheers......Bernard

deb said...

Bernard, it took me a while to get used to the settings on a digital camera. At least you're free to experiment without incurring costs! Anyway, sometimes they come out good, sometimes not.

Kippers Dickie said...

Deb, My camera came with all the instructions on a disc. I therefore have to have the computer on to read them or print them all out.
I have yet to find out what all the symbols mean.
Cheers.....Bernard

deb said...

Huh, that's no fun.

I find that I use 'landscape' for most shots. It's a little mountain range symbol on my camera. On occasion I will use close-up (a tulip symbol). If I think I made need flash, I set it on A, for automatic, rather than flash. Flash gives me other things I have to set up and for the most part, I don't want to be bothered.

Many times I will take a photo at several settings and then pick out the best result. I do very little editing on the computer other than some cropping.

Kippers Dickie said...

I'm still 'flying on autopilot'.
It will have to do for the moment.
I'll read up on it one day..Thanks