One more week of work, and then I’m off school until the new year. You’d think I’d be happy!
Tonight, I’m watching a show called ‘Winged Migration’ (2001) on Maryland Public Television. Filmmaker Jacques Perrin follows migratory birds as they fly thousands of miles away, then return. It’s pretty interesting, I think.
All of the photos in this post have some sort of texture applied to them. Above is a white-throated sparrow that I took this past February after one of our many snowfalls.
My husband took this photo of a bluebird the other day. It almost looks like it could be spring.
Today it rained and I caught these little house finches at the new feeder out the kitchen window. It’s supposed to be squirrel-proof. We’ll see.
Another from my husband, taken this week.
I took this photo of a juncoe back in February. He’s nice and fat and fluffy.
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A bird does not sing because it has an answer. It sings because it has a song. ~Chinese Proverb
Another offering from my husband. I like the catch light in his eye.
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My favorite weather is bird-chirping weather. ~Terri Guillemets
: : ~ : :I’m sure I’ll snap out of this. My sister has been texting me cheerful words, using an Irish accent, which I find hilarious.
Hope you all have a wonderful week.