Merry Christmas from the Feathered and Furry Creatures at Nature Frames

I hope Christmas morning finds all of you happy and warm, safe in your homes with the ones you love.

Merry Christmas!

DB

25 comments on “Merry Christmas from the Feathered and Furry Creatures at Nature Frames”

  1. Danny,
    Merry Christmas. Love your photos and enjoy every post.

  2. Thanks Danny! Great shot.

    Merry Christmas to you too!

    Sent from my MUSKIE iPad

  3. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year…..
    David and Diane

  4. Happy Holidays from the Beans!!!! Keep those beautiful pictures coming!!! We look forward to each weeks picture and this time we love the female Cardinal!! Tell Joyce Hi!!!!!

  5. What a lovely, crisp, wintry photograph! And how did you do the snowflakes falling? Here’s wishing you and Joyce the very best for the festive season. And…thank you for Nature Frames; it can’t be easy to put out the blogpost, week after week, with such a busy schedule. Deep(a)ly appreciate it!

    • Thanks Deepa; Hopefully we’ll have a little winter here over the next 24 hrs. Regarding the snowflakes falling over my blog, I’d like to say I wrote some fancy code for that but I really just checked a box in WordPress under Settings; General; look at the bottom for the snowflake box. I’ve really enjoyed using WordPress except for the ridiculous problem that I and a gazillion others are having with getting our featured image showing up in the Facebook thumbnail when sharing. For some reason, FB is grabbing our gravatars instead. I just turned the thumbnail off this time out of complete frustration! Take care.

  6. Merry Christmas to you too! We love our little chickadees!

  7. That photo does a great job with your message. Merry Christmas.

  8. Thanks, Danny. The same to you and Joyce! Thanks for spreading your cheer throughout the year. We look forward to 2013’s offerings.

    Nell

    • You are welcome Nell! Maybe sometime in the future we can do a theme exhibit at the library. Most of my frames are still in use at the Audubon Center at Riverlands and will be there for another month or two but we can think toward next year sometime, and think of a theme. I’ve done “Waterfowl” and now “Birds of Winter” at the Audubon Center. Fun times! Merry Christmas and say hi to Paul.

  9. Thank you for all of the wonderful images you share with us. I’m trying to learn bird photography and with that comes an appreciation of the amount of time and effort it takes to make images like yours.

    Have a Merry Christmas!

    Bill

  10. Merry Christmas, Danny and Joyce May all the blessings of the Christmas and Winter season be yours. We certainly enjoy your pictures and stories, Danny. Keep them coming. Our bird feeders are full of Cardinals and a little black bird that loves hopping around on the deck. Enjoy some down time, both of you. Carl and Jane

    On Mon, Dec 24, 2012 at 8:03 AM, Nature Frames

    • Thanks and Merry Christmas to you and your family. We will take your advice on that down time.

  11. Merry Christmas to you and your family. Love the pic. Thanks for the calendars. From the Conaway’s.

  12. Thank’s Danny, for the great shot of that little Chickadee. He looks so cold. That would make a great Christmas Card.
    Stay well in the New Year My best to you and Joyce.

    Art

    • The chickadee does look cold but I’m sure it’s very warm, even in the snow. Happy New Year to you as well Art.

  13. Thanks, Danny! Belated Merry Christmas to you and your family. Love the Nature Frames. Thanks so much for sharing your work week after week. 🙂

    • You’re welcome, Brenda, and I’ve enjoyed our time with the owls over the last few days. I was thinking how cool it would be to get a shot of one a snowy day with big flakes. Let’s put that on the docket. Take care.


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