I happened to see about 10 white-eyes were resting in our small apricot tree.
"Wow" I rushed to get camera!
I was inside the house and the curtains were closed.
When I opened the curtain slowly and gently, they started to fly off.Unfortunately, the shot below was the only decent picture I could take. Well, I decided not to take the rare chance wasted and to post this pic for Saturday's critters with introduction of one Japanese idiom derived from their habit.
We call them Mejiro, 目白（メジロ) "eye white"
*We have an idiom "目白押し、mejirooshi"; "jostling of mejiro" *
Big events are packed, aren't they?
Big events are "mejirooshi", aren't they?
The phrase above is an example of the Japanese idiom "mejirooshi". From the scene of a flock of white-eye nestle up like that, which I've never seen(^^;)
I'll be busy this weekend; but try catching up with you, till next week my friends.
I'm linking this post to Saturday's critters;