This Robin was, of course, in the most awkward place for light you can imagine, I had quite a lot to do in post-processing to get this result.
Hope I've not overdone it. To add to the difficulties, it was taken through the car windscreen.
I had to go to Forfar for a post-op checkup and eye test in March, for my new specs; so on the way home decided to call in at the Kinnordy reserve.
The hides weren't open, of course, as we were still in lock down, but there's a feeding station in the woodland. So armed with some feed to top up...
I park my car beside a gate. My friend usually has put some feed on top of the gate post before I get there.
It proves pretty popular as you can see by this Robin tucking in.
Unfortunately I often have to take the pictures through my windscreen.
Another visit to Craighall. I caught this Robin feeding on a hanging feeder, they don't even do that at home, preferring the tray ones.
He seems quite at home on there don't you think, so I guess he's been practising his technique while I've been absent LOL
The first snow of the year came overnight on the 2/3 January here, but as you can see it wasn't too much fortunately.
Poor Robin, but I did give him some seeds to eat and put some on top of the gate post too so he could warm his feet a little.