The trailing offspring became a trailing spouse - and life keeps changing
I love it - particularly the guard. But the cheeky harvester almost deserves his share of the crop.
Wow! You have a vineyard?
@Elaine, yes I do smile indulgently at the birds. We have had our fill. And the guard tells me he enhances the scenery :)@ECL, no, only a few vines in the garden which we use as much to give summer shade as to produce grapes. The crop is as much as we can handle, so in truth I'm happy for the birds to have some.
Better than television!peace,mikelivelife365
What fun pictures!
LOL, you've really captured the situation with these 3 photos...it's funny how the harvester has managed to get passed the guard!
So how do the grapes taste? Mostly good or also soury ones?Cute post :-)
I love these pictures, I am amazed that the birds can fit those grapes in their beaks
@Mike, yes, and just as much of a time waster!@Lux, thanks!@Marie, the guard is pretty incompetent :)@Bas, they're good sweet grapes but have pips, and I've been spoilt by eating seedless grapes.@Caroline, they don't always manage and so they get dropped all over the place.
OOOHHH...we love The Guard...he looks like us!!!Sniffie and the Florida Furkids
the bird looks like my lost martinez..wonder if he will get back..tnx for visiting my blog..hope we can xlink..just let me know if it's ok..tnx
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