Saturday, 23 August 2014

A dream of a day

Life is full of those amazing things that add so much joy. As an example I decided to hang all of the dream catchers in the garden so that I could take pictures and as I was doing it I caught a flash of movement in the tree I was using.

Here they are all looking beautiful in the apple tree but this was far more beautiful!

He obviously thought the dream catchers were bird feeders full of worms, perhaps and he was of the opinion that he was a humming bird trying to take the ribbons out of mid-air. He was also fearless and when he needed a rest he came and sat within a metre of me. What a treat!

Lots more dream catchers and I am trying to give them names so we have:
autumn dreams, pink dreams, halloween (scary) dreams, night sky dreams, velvet dreams, rainbow dreams and spring green dreams - so far!

 Some close ups of the scary dreams catcher - hope it does not give you nightmares


  1. Love the dream catchers hung in the tree, especially the ones with ribbon blowing in the breeze-so pretty. Aw that was a good shot of Mr Robin.

  2. The robin is so tame I think I can get him to eat out of my hand - the trouble is his favourite food is worms! The pattern for the dream catchers is a work in process. Thanks again.

  3. Wow! some great action shots! I've lost count of the number of times I have waited for dangly items to be still in the breeze to photo them! Yours was a perfect breezy shot!
    Love all your variations on a dreamcatcher theme - its great when small(ish!) changes make such a big difference! The constant mathematical pattern is mesmerising.
    Cool resident Robin too!
    Ali x

    1. I can't really take the credit for the action shot - all I did was put the camera on repeat mode and then picked the picture I liked best. I know exactly what you mean about dangly items - they never all face the same way at once do they. Thanks again for your interest.