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Lookin out your window

joolsy  Female  Essex 6-Oct-2019 18:36 Message #4756564
Hi me darlins .what can you see lookin out your window .....atm i can see shirley thr squirrel diging up her nuts in me lawn .there are two wood pidgeons eating worms or somethink .its getting dark .and looks like its going to rain again
Argonaut  Male  Lancashire 6-Oct-2019 19:50 Message #4756574
I can't look out of me window, Joolsy, me curtains are drawn.

I had to draw them as I couldn't afford real ones.

OK, I'll get me coat!

Neros1954  Male  Devon 6-Oct-2019 20:03 Message #4756582
I can only see my solar lights as it’s too dark to see anything else.
NoSaint  Female  Devon 6-Oct-2019 22:11 Message #4756600
I’m watching two young cats play fighting on my lawn.
HotOrWot  Male  Lancashire 7-Oct-2019 06:32 Message #4756616
Dawn. I see dawn.
Argonaut  Male  Lancashire 7-Oct-2019 07:59 Message #4756628
Dawn who?

KatieBubbles  Female  West Sussex 7-Oct-2019 09:09 Message #4756633
Jason. Your poetry is better than your comedy but keep up the good work.
wonderoushen  Female  Gwynedd 7-Oct-2019 11:28 Message #4756647
A wet street and my neighbours bush being blown around.
joolsy  Female  Essex 7-Oct-2019 11:42 Message #4756655
Lots of birds on me patio .i put lots of bird seed out .why do magpies make so much noise .shirley looks cross as she is busy busy burying her peanuts lol
MrQuiet  Male  Northamptonshire 7-Oct-2019 15:10 Message #4756679
Rain and more rain. Even the birds are hiding.
wonderoushen  Female  Gwynedd 7-Oct-2019 19:00 Message #4756731
I think magpies and starlings are the noisy neighbours of the bird world, the starlings are always making a racket outside.
Victoriana11  Female  Buckinghamshire 7-Oct-2019 20:26 Message #4756753
Its very dark tonight here and also raining. Its drizzled on and off all day. Loads of squirrels about this pm. I threw out a lot of bits and pieces for the birds but the squirrels had most of it. The Jackdaws and the kites came and took the bits of meat and bones and made a heck of a noise whilst eating it all.
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire 7-Oct-2019 21:36 Message #4756778
I see sky, clouds racing by, sunshine, kites and buzzards. On the green outside the front of the house, we get green woodpeckers.
terry  Male  West Yorkshire 7-Oct-2019 23:06 Message #4756791
I like to read people's view of the world around them, mine is a small patch of grass surrounded on three sides by buildings and the fourth side by trees, I think birds use them as a resting point on their way to wherever. There are a couple of squirrels every now and again, and a couple of times a year a fox will pass through on it's way somewhere, other than that there are five cats use the square as a thoroughfare.
What I find almost mesmerising are the trees and their movements in different weather conditions and how their appearance changes according to the lighting.

Mary  Female  Norfolk 7-Oct-2019 23:30 Message #4756799
Looking out for my dirty old window....

I can't see anything as its dark.

Seriously though, if it was light I'd see my lovely monkey puzzle tree. It's quite old, as it's some 15m tall and has a girth of about 1m
Quite impressive.

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