Another Falling Angels poem.
I was riding in the car last Monday and took this. We were headed out to hike. It was a pretty wet day but still really really fun.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: mist.
Deep prayerful thanks to all of the nurses working, those working with Covid-19 patients and those working with anyone. Sending hugs and love.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: deja vu.
This bird has a GOAL. This is a directed flight, like an arrow. Can you guess the bird?
Here it is in the tree top, the goal.
Landing in the tree, getting situated, takes a minute.
Yes, it’s a great blue heron. She reminded me of a tree topper: an unusual angel. It takes a big tree to support this angel, here:
She is at the top of one of the far trees.
Deja vu: seeing the Covid-19 numbers rise in the US again and grieving about that and Afganistan and Haiti and sending love to all the grieving that we don’t even know about.
I took these pictures in September 2017, down the street from my house. I love the great blue herons and I love to see them in trees. They look so wonderful and peculiar in trees.
Ok, maybe it is not inappropriate for work. But it would be a little weird for work… I was going in the woods with my oxygen tank. “Local doctor of 21 years found eaten by cougar, which then died because it couldn’t digest the oxygen tank.” Heh.
Listening to this, fabulous!!!
For Wordless Wednesday.
For Mundane Monday #201, my prompt is contrast. I like the contrast of the sunlit leaves behind the dark mystery bird in this picture. This is taken on North Beach yesterday. I am not sure if this is an immature bald eagle or a golden eagle.
Link your contrast photographs or experiment with contrast and I will post links next week.
Last week’s prompt was crop.
Mama Cormier sends the food aspect of crop.
The Photo Junkie sends a gorgeous yellow crop.
Bushboy is cropping photographs to a different world.
For Mundane Monday #199, my prompt is portal.
When has light and photography and conditions lined up for you to take a photograph that feels like a portal? Did you think of it ahead of time and wait for the perfect conditions or was it a combination of having your camera and a happy accident? Where does your portal lead?
Message your entry and I will list them next week.
Last week’s prompt was shooting the sun.