I saw!

I am getting used to seeing new birds now, I saw a greenfinch and a wren i the backgarden the other day. I would be washing up and I have a bird’s eye view(excuse the pun) of the feeding station. It also means that I have soapy hands and no camera! They seem to come out when all the other birds have gone and I think it is going to be impossible to get a shot of them but I will try. I will have to sit in the garden and wait! What are the chances of that working. The other probelm I face is that I wear two sets of glasses and have to wear the reading glasses to take the shot but then I cannot see where to point the camera, such problems but I shall overcome, victory is mine, I hope!!!

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14 Jul, 2010
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jane said:

Lol...recognise the washing up/soapy hands scenario well lemondog...and also the switch camera on/batterry still on charge one ! Good luck with your birdwatching !

14 Jul, 2010
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aster said:

Good luck LD ;) It happened to me,the sparrow hawk swooped down recently.....hands in washing up bowl !
Oh Jane I once went to a wedding,camera clicking away all day.Good job I remembered to charge the batteries.....no film in camera :p

15 Jul, 2010
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jane said:

Lol Aster !!
Talking of wrens lemondog...we had lots in our garden last year but only seen one this year...casualties of the harsh winter I fear..:o(

15 Jul, 2010
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bonkersbon said:

Good luck and keep that camera charged !

17 Jul, 2010
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lemondog said:

thanks for the comments folks, I will prevail!!

4 Dec, 2010
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littlewren said:

just found your blogs lemondog and if you do happen to get a new camera I found mine has a little wheel beside the viewfinder that you can alter to suit your eyesight.Helps loads

25 Dec, 2010
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lemondog said:

thanks little wren

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