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Watch The Birdie

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Day 308 – November 4, 2018

Time – Sunday Stills / Earth – One Word Sunday / #MySundayPhoto / Extraordinary – FOWC / Mentor – RDP / Burgeon – WODC / Ochre – November Photo A Day

My original idea was to go out and do a ground up shot into bare trees.  Thinking that it would capture all the prompts in one, if I could get the shot composed the way I saw it in my head.  While I was doing just that, I happened to catch a couple of extraordinary raptors (birds of prey) circling overhead and I had to include them.  Depending on where you live, nature is a pretty reliable time keeper.  You can tell by the landscape what time of season you are in.  With the rapid leaf loss, the greens begin to prepare to go dormant for the winter, awaiting the spring warmth when the burgeoning buds emerge.  The longer you have lived in your place on earth, the easier it is identify the time of year.  I featured the photo above because it was the one where the bird is hit best by the sun.  The ones below, it may take a little bit more to find them.  Make your Monday count!

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10 Replies to “Watch The Birdie”

  1. The changing seasons are a great indicator of the passage of time. We have raptors (kites) in our suburban neighborhood who at dusk fly around for their dinner. I will see tonight if they got messed up with the Fall Back of daylight savings time ending! Always great to have you along for SS!

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