The Robin Always Braves The Rain

Robin Erithacus rubecula

I spotted this little Robin when I peered out my window this morning as the rain fell from darkened skies. Because of the low light, distance and because I took the shot through the windowpane, I did not think it would turn out very well. Even when viewed on the PC I thought there was too much noise in the image, but I saw that perhaps it almost made the photograph look like a painting, and that there was something a little different about it that made me think twice before dismissing it. In the end, after a little deliberation,Β  I decided to post it.

January 2018, front garden, Staffordshire, England.

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28 thoughts on “The Robin Always Braves The Rain

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  1. Lovely shot of the Robin, Pete. They’re such cheerful little birds.

    If there is any noise, I can’t see it. One of the advantages of having poor eyesight, (even with glasses), is that not only can I not see ‘noise’ in my own images, but I can’t see it in anyone else’s images πŸ™‚

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    1. There don’t appear to be any chance of sunshine this weekend. We had rain, sleet and snow most of yesterday, and this morning it is raining and sleeting, and I think the little Robin may be having a lie in bed. Who could blame him πŸ™‚

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  2. Pete, I’m glad you decided to post this…it’s adorable. The robin looks as if he’s contemplating his next move! I like the idea of β€˜noise’ in photos …a new term for me!

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  3. I like this picture – wildlife dealing with the British-style winter!

    There is something irrepressible about robins. Even night doesn’t always quiet them; I’ve heard them singing by street lamps long after dark.

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