This Robin stalked me for about an hour the other day, wouldn’t let me take my shots without flying onto my tripod, my feet, pecked at my shoes and eventually landed on my lens….so eventually I took it’s pic and that seemed to keep it happy!
Taken at Rogie Falls, no post processing.
bird nature close up scotland europe wildlife highland robin tripod
Aww it wanted to be a photographer! What a talented cutie! He wanted to see what you saw through the lens. What a smartie! Great capture, so original. Love it!
Thanks Waleskal, I was just about to put the camera on the tripod when it hopped up and posed for me.
aww what a cheeky little Robin. Great Capture I really like your close up to :-)
thanks k…think it was hungry and I didn’t have any food, but it followed me around for about an hour doing this!
Delightful robin shot, they always like a vantage point to look for food or maybe he just wanted to join in!
Thanks jacqi, certainly hungry but also a little curious I think.
This is too cute. I’ve never seen one bee so attentive to humans…how neat. I’m glad you captured a shot of it. Here we say that the first sign of a Red Breasted Robin is the first sign of Spring. I wonder if this little one means that Spring is coming…lol I sure hope so, I’m tired of winter now..lol (~~as it snows outside~~) Excellent capture!
Well it’s certainly thawing around here…..but still too soon Ithink to say Spring is around the corner!
that’s a really cool shot. love the color and clarity of the bird
Thanks martini (like the logic of that by the way) Me and birds don’t always work well together, but this one persisted with me until I got it right…lol!
Congratulations on being FEATURED in the “Funny Kritters” group!!!
Thanks Lori…wow…little fat Robin got a feature..lol
what a wonderful shot, he is a handsome one , congrats!
Wonderful shot!! He wanted to see what all the fuss was about obviously :)) Congrats on the feature :))
Thanks Pamela, I think I’m going to have to go back now with some food for the little kritter!
Great shot. Love the way the robin is all fluffed up.
Thanks, it certainly was trying to be impressive.
What an amazing shot. You have beautiful delicate little robins in the UK. Where I live they are big and fat. Maybe I will be lucky enough to catch one like this someday. Great work!
Thanks for the comment, I just wish I had some food to give it, but probably would have been swamped by bigger birds if I’d done that!
for joining the Redbubble mailing list
Receive exclusive deals and awesome artist news and content right to your inbox.
Free for your convenience.