Saturday, May 21, 2016

Rice Paddy. Tractor etc. ;


* Views from Rice Paddy and the Sound Floor of Late Parents' House*

On our way home from tidying work at my late parents' house, I saw some scenes of preparing for rice planting; plowing with tractor.
This tractor was resting beside the river bank. 
Not the same one in the picture below.
Lovely to see the grandfather with his grandson (maybe) together.

I found these Pot Marigold  next neighbor's garden and this Eurasian penduline tit from the second floor when tidying up my old late parents' house.
Perched on the TV antenna, 
SO happy to find this rare birdie for me as all our winter birds are gone :-)


My husband's band performance went well♪
Hope you'll have a wonderful weekend;

Linking this post to, "Saturday's critters", "Scenic Weekends", 

18 comments:

Tony McGurk said...

Marvelous close up of that beautiful little bird

eileeninmd said...

Hello, Miyako, I love the pretty flowers and the cool bird. Your bird reminds me of the Shrikes we see here. Lovely photos! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

doodles n daydreams said...

I have just been catching up on some of your posts -I hope the open home goes well for you and you get a sale out of it. Also that the temple performance goes well.
Lovely photos of the tit, your nature snaps are always lovely.

Diana

Tamago said...

HI Miyako san. Such peaceful sceneries at the rice paddy! Really love the photo of (looks like) grandfather and grandson! I bet the young boy had lots of fun riding tractor :-) Glad your husband's performance went well. Hoping to see photos or videos if you can post them :-)
Have a wonderful weekend, Miyako san xoxo

Villrose said...

Lovely shots!
The tractor scene reminds me of my uncle and little brother years ago...

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful bird. reminds me of a shrike. neat to see the paddies being plowed.

Breathtaking said...

Hello Miyako!:) Beautiful images of the shrike-like bird, it's a pretty bird seen from the front and back. Lovely flowers too, which look like some Ice plants we have here. You are probably right about the man and boy picture. It's a charming picture.
Sending regards from Portugal.

Zizi Santos said...

Bonitas imagens!
gostei muito!

Anni said...

A little difference in coloring, but it looks a lot like our Loggerhead Shrike here in America.

Love the rice paddy scenes and your beautiful flowers too.

Thanks for your participation in linking today at I'd Rather B Birdin'....it's always appreciated.

Marie C said...

Such beautiful photos, Miyako! Hope you are having a wonderful weekend. Always enjoy your posts.

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Miyako,
Preparing the rice paddies again is interesting and for us of course very common sights. But in Indonesia never with a tractor as the area worked was mainly very narrow. In the plains they used the water buffalo.
What a lovely bird photos you could capture. That was a wonderful distraction from your task of tidying up the house of your late parents.
Hope the sale will become as successful as your husband band's performance!
Hugs and love from Georgia/USA,
Mariette

Sussi said...

Nice photos!

Michiko Johnson said...

Dearest Miyako San!
your lovely parent's house ice tidyig out I saw some scenes of preparing for rice planting The tractor n the river bank, your grand father and grand son in lovely to see in same time.The pot marigold neighbor's garden, second floor up your late parent's house, your husband's band performance went well.
Have a nice days Miyako San! xxoo
Michiko

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Little boys almost always love machinery! ~ and if it is his grandfather's tractor, that is even better I am sure!!

A beautiful little bird -- what a lovely picture of it. I am glad the band performance went well

Lady Fi said...

What lovely scenery.

Jim said...

Great

Nick V. said...

Lovely post, Miyako San!
Thank you for joining us at the Floral Friday Fotos meme.

Rambling Woods said...

Good afternoon dear Miyako. I enjoyed seeing the farming scenes and so happy that you were able to capture the bird photos. Also happy to hear that your husband's band did well...Michelle