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I never tire of watching these magnificent frigate birds.
For WordPress, Out of This World and
For Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Wildlife
This fella sitting on rebar rising up from the lot next to my friend’s house was huge. Is it a Kingfisher? Closest I can come to identifying it.
For Nancy’s A Photo a Week Bird Challenge.
Birds of a Feather
Tossed about in the storm—the tidepools and the heather.
Cast adrift in the air like a tattered feather.
Blown wherever fate decrees, determined by the weather.
One surrenders all control when they are without tether.
Blown up to the highest points, then dropped to the nether.
Never knowing what comes next. Never knowing whether
somewhere there’s another soul, skin weathered into leather
to furnish some protection once we have flocked together.
The prompt today is tether.
This single post sticking up far from the shore of Lake Chapala is the epitomy of isolation, but as I zoomed in on it, I learned more of its story.
It is in fact a handy perch for this solitary night heron.
Cee’s prompt was “Isolated Subjects.”
On this day, wherever we went, there seemed to be animals on guard, seemingly as sentinels. In all probabiity they all just needed a comfortable place to perch. The first photo is of the entrance to a bank in Chapala.
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Cee’s B&W Challenge: The letter “S.”
Here is my photo for the Travel Theme prompt of Four.
Do you see the hundreds of starlings lined up on the wires trying to figure out which way to go?
Posted for Cee’s Which Way Challenge.