It was a snowy, turning to rainy day, and he kept watch for most of it. Here (above) he is atop the highest Forsythia spike. The pink background is the neighbours' stucco wall.
Here he is on a planet of skewered marshmallows, unfazed by how odd that is.
And here he is taking a break in the quiet heart of the Pieris bush. I took this photo through one of the squares in the lattice fence.
Anna's Hummingbirds are becoming ridiculously common in southern British Columbia. On our leg of the Vancouver Christmas Bird count a few days ago we found four, none near feeders.