Monday, 13 May 2019

Spring Day (Depending on how you determine Spring and Summer).

This evening I have been entertained by the sound of summer outside my window.  Standing on the chimney stack next door this chap has been happily informing the world of his whereabouts, or possibly asking for her indoors whereabouts, and while it meant one thing to the bird life around here it sounded magnificent to me indoors listening.  

This follows on from the bird song heard while wandering around the gardens earlier on my way to browse the charity shops.  Blackbirds, also members of the Thrush family, entertained as I attempted to photograph things that would not stand still.  This while avoiding the glaring neurotic looks of the mums lounging around the park with the toddlers.  That is one of the problems of the Gardens, when the sun shines people fill it and get in the way.

How different life is when you have some energy and the sun shines!


the fly in the web said...

What super photographs!
The dawn chorus here consists of the melodious blackbird - member of crow family - winding up for the day on a series of croaks, a laughing policeman cover act from the laughing falcon and toucans which sound like seals warming up on the madera negra trees.

Adullamite said...

Fly, I like the Thrush one. You have such a wonderful aural life.