Photo Friday #3

I don’t know about anyone else, but robins just seem to always be around when I’m out. I’ll go out to take photographs and I will very likely get a photograph of a robin. They’re just always around!

Earlier this week I visited Talkin Tarn, and I saw three Robins whilst there. Two on the way up, and one in the actual area. Anyway, I was sat at the feeding area and I heard a flutter of wings very close to my ear. Turning around slowly, I saw one robin standing around half a metre away from me, almost at eye level. I put my camera up to my face – the robin still watching me – and snapped a few photos. It was just watching everything I did, probably deciding whether I was a threat or not… It flew away, and came back again not long after to watch again. I’m really pleased with this photo!

Note: Please do not pin any of these images onto Pinterest.

I thought I would show a couple of other robin photos that I’ve collected over the past few years…


Untitled by Katie Halsall on

Robin by Katie Halsall on

Previous Post Next Post

You may also like

  • Should they remind this professor of spring because he is shivering to the bone???

  • Rachael (@hookstitch)

    I miss how small the British Robin is compared to their fellow American Robins (which are like the size of a Blackbird which just doesn’t seem right with me!)

    • Ah, I can’t imagine the robin being bigger! American ones look a little different too, don’t they? Really confused me once when searching for robin photos aha!

  • Love the second and third! Do you use a tripod?

    • I didn’t use a tripod for any of these, but I do occasionally use one!