Here we are again. I will sprinkle in a few photos around in here and dance away. These photos were taken a while ago on the West Coast. Some were taken on the Broughton Archipelago and some at Barclay Sound. We are at "B" for ABC Wednesday.
These look very similar. But pretty anyway.These are taken from a
boat in a place you seldom get to see...all this natural beauty all around you and no one gets to see it. Who is it for then. Does it exist for someone else.
This looks like a painting below and at nightfall we do live inside
a pastel painting painted by a great artist. We are part of the colors.
We are not the brush or the artist. We hear and feel the music of the colors.
All this from the dust of stars.
Now on to the birding memes:
Black crows below. I could not figure out what they were talking
about. Perhaps they were two babies waiting for feeding. They stayed like this the whole time I was there, only moving their heads a little.
Back at the feeder again in the backyard. A female Red-winged Blackbird below.
She can't decide which feeder she likes best. She flew off quickly to feed her babies.
There are so many baby birds here right now. This morning I woke to find a baby robin at the front door. His momma bird kept feeding him even though he had fallen from a nest somewhere. He was fine. This little fellow below is one of the baby birds at the back feeder, not sure what he is. He kept thinking the nyjer bag was food. Anyone want to guess what he is? Then this evening we have a baby Towhee dancing all around the back yard.
Keep Moving Forward like the Eagles Do! I took this picture out at Sidney Spit this week. The adult Eagle has a small fish in her talons and then we saw one with a crab. You have to move forward as time moves on. Eagles never spend time in the past they just fly forward. Even if their nest falls or their babies fall down.
This is an older photo of a young eagle. I put it in as I liked it and I
miss seeing the eagle nests where I used to live before. I almost lived under those nests but we moved and time moved on. That was me living in the past.
These are young Great Blue Herons at Beacon Hill Park below. They are just learning how to be great herons and all about life as a heron.
Sometimes I think we are all learning how to be human here. And just when you think you have it figured out, life changes. The dance changes, we grow older and the new babies are born. They are born to take our
Today the new prince was born. Diana would have been so proud. It got me to thinking of how time passes so quickly. I was young once and now I have grown old. Everyone I knew is old too. We are part of the cycle of life. I never did fit into life as it is. A misfit. So I am not accepting this thing called aging. I am still moving forward in the dance of life.
Are you moving forward? Do you still dance in the past?
And that is the ramble for this week.
Thank you to these memes for allowing bloggers to share their story. I may not remember to enter them all but I still list them for others and as this is the quick way for me to do it.
Click on these links to find great blogs and photos.
The Bird D'pot Thank you Anni
Our World Tuesday Thank you Our World Team
Sweet Shot Tuesday Thank you Kent
ABC Wednesday Thank you Denise, Roger and Team
Nature Notes Wednesday Thank you Michelle
Outdoors Wednesday Thank you Susan
Wild Bird Wednesday Thank you Stewart
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